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Banteng killed in national forest reserve

 

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A male banteng (a species of wild cattle) has been found shot to death in a national forest reserve in Lan Sak district of Uthai Thani province.

 

Forest rangers from Huay Kha Kheng wildlife sanctuary, accompanied by Lan Sak district police, went to the Huay Thai Seba-Huay Kok Kwai national forest reserve in Tambon Rapa to examine the banteng’s carcass.

 

Ms Pimchanok Songmongkol, a veterinarian working at the wildlife sanctuary, found three bullet holes in the neck of the wild cattle which was estimated to weigh about 700 kilogrammes. Three bullets which were extracted from the animal’s neck were kept as evidence.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/banteng-killed-in-national-forest-reserve/

 
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-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2018-08-13

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If it stands still shoot it if it moves run it over🤔

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52 minutes ago, nobodysfriend said:

Must have been a foreigner who shot it , a thai buddhist would not do a thing like this ...? ( brings bad karma ...)

Plus a prison sentence if you can't afford to buy justice.

 

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