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Wildlife hotline

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has set up a hotline for people

to inform upon any restaurants selling wildlife meat, or any person dealing in wildlife

products. Two teams of twelve enforcement officers are ready to deal with any complaints,

part of a joint effort between MAFF and US NGO WildAid. If you are offered bear soup

or turtle boullabaisse, call: 023-211604; 012-888053; or 016-823060.

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