Park rangers join hands with Wildlife Alliance to crack down on more than 5,000 cubic meters of illegal timber, 17 chainsaws and demolition of two charcoal kilns

The rangers of the Wildlife Alliance and the Ministry of Environment confiscated 17 chainsaws, 5,462 cubic meters of illegal timber, including heavy timber, which were under threat.

They also demolished two illegal charcoal kilns, according to the announcement of the Wildlife Alliance on April 20.

The Wildlife Alliance pointed out that illegal logging and charcoal production are a major threat to the Cardamom Rainforest and that efforts to curb them will continue unabated.

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