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Criminal case on illegal tiger hunting opened in Primorye

Criminal case on illegal tiger hunting opened in Primorye
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In the Primorsky Territory, 30 kilometers from the village of Glubinnoye, they found the carcass of an Amur tiger. The male predator died from a gunshot wound.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the regional UMVD, the head of the economic security and anti-corruption department of the UMVD for Vladivostok found the beast in the forest. He himself was on vacation.

The police went to the scene. Now they have appointed expert examinations, including ballistic and forensic veterinary examinations. Also, law enforcement officers opened a criminal case on illegal production of especially valuable wild animals listed in the Red Book. The investigation is ongoing.

The maximum punishment for intruders can be up to four years in prison with a fine of one million rubles.

 

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