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Saturday
Apr042009

Bat hunters foxed

Perhilitan enforcement officers in Malaysia have arrested five hunters after they carried on shooting flying foxes outside of their permit to do so, reports the New Straits Times

Flying fox hunters went too far
New Strait Times
4 April 2009


KUANTAN: They should have called off their hunting trip at midnight. Instead, the five hunters decided to continue gunning down flying foxes till the wee hours of the morning. This proved costly when they were ambushed by enforcement officers.

More at: http://nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Tuesday/National/2525230/Article/pppull_index_html

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