Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian wildlife department in July 2015 seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. Photo: Reuters Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian wildlife department in July 2015 seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. Photo: Reuters
Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian wildlife department in July 2015 seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. Photo: Reuters
Crime

Malaysia has to go all out to fight wildlife crime, as trafficking goes global

Topic |   Crime
Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian wildlife department in July 2015 seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. Photo: Reuters Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian wildlife department in July 2015 seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. Photo: Reuters
Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian wildlife department in July 2015 seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. Photo: Reuters
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