Leaping eel attacks, leopards in trouble & lucky whale sharks rescued

published 4 years ago by Earth Touch

Bad news for one of Cambodia’s iconic big cats, a trafficking bust sees whale sharks freed in Indonesia, scientists prove an electrifying old myth about eels & did a Namibian tour guide do the right thing when saving a stranded dolphin?

Week's episode Cambodia's leopards on the decline electric eels make shocking leap attacks whale sharks rescued from the illegal trade in Indonesia and a passer bys saves a stranded dolphin started in Indonesia where an 18 month long investigation has led to the rescue of 2 whale sharks the creatures destined for an ocean theme park in China were being held in underwater cages officials released attract animals but no arrests were made off to Asia was some stiff sentences for illegal wildlife traffickers 32 people in east China's Zhejiang province were sentenced to prison terms of up to 13 years for trafficking endangered animals including pangolins and bears the traffic wildlife was said to be worth a staggering $15000000. Staying in Asia were Cambodia's. With just 20 leopard your. Scivation. Could be extinct in the. 2 years. Rampant poetry ...

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