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Border police seize hundreds of parrots under protection (1/6)

2019-11-06 15:32:44 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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A total of 436 parrots of two species, including 13 already dead, were seized by police at a checkpoint near the border between China and Vietnam in Pingxiang City, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The parrots, under second-class animal protection in China, were all handed over to a wildlife rescue and research centre. (Photo: China News Service/Dai Qiuyun)

A total of 436 parrots of two species, including 13 already dead, were seized by police at a checkpoint near the border between China and Vietnam in Pingxiang City, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The parrots, under second-class animal protection in China, were all handed over to a wildlife rescue and research centre. (Photo: China News Service/Dai Qiuyun)

A total of 436 parrots of two species, including 13 already dead, were seized by police at a checkpoint near the border between China and Vietnam in Pingxiang City, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The parrots, under second-class animal protection in China, were all handed over to a wildlife rescue and research centre. (Photo: China News Service/Dai Qiuyun)

A total of 436 parrots of two species, including 13 already dead, were seized by police at a checkpoint near the border between China and Vietnam in Pingxiang City, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The parrots, under second-class animal protection in China, were all handed over to a wildlife rescue and research centre. (Photo: China News Service/Dai Qiuyun)

A total of 436 parrots of two species, including 13 already dead, were seized by police at a checkpoint near the border between China and Vietnam in Pingxiang City, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The parrots, under second-class animal protection in China, were all handed over to a wildlife rescue and research centre. (Photo: China News Service/Dai Qiuyun)

A total of 436 parrots of two species, including 13 already dead, were seized by police at a checkpoint near the border between China and Vietnam in Pingxiang City, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The parrots, under second-class animal protection in China, were all handed over to a wildlife rescue and research centre. (Photo: China News Service/Dai Qiuyun)

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