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Replenish the swamp: Turkey returns 7,500 trafficked frogs to the wild

18.10.2017
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Five poachers arrested after police discover huge operation to sell frogs on to France and ChinaTurkey's gendarmerie has released 7,500 frogs into the wild after capturing five poachers involved in one of the largest frog trafficking operations in the country. The country's state news agency said the men were detained when their minibus was examined during a routine check as they travelled through the touristy region of Cappadoccia. Officers found dozens of nets with thousands of frogs inside. The men were allegedly destined for Adana, where they intended to sell them to an exporter. The export of edible frogs is a lucrative trade, with large markets in France and China where the amphibians are a delicacy. Turkey issues licenses for frog hunters, but it is only permitted in certain seasons and some frog species cannot be legally traded. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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