Hong Kong poachers are leaving more illegal traps in nature areas to catch wildlife, with (...)

Hong Kong poachers are leaving more illegal traps in nature areas to catch wildlife, with stray dogs paying the price: animal rights group

[South China Morning Post] - 02/12/2024

Poachers place traps on quiet mountain trails, targeting animals such as foxes, porcupines and wild boars.



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