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    Elite Thai Rangers Conduct First Operation to Nab Poachersi
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    November 06, 2013 10:03 PM
    Thailand is stepping up efforts to combat poaching and smuggling protected animals and plants. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from the Pangsida National Park where a new team of specially trained rangers embarked on its first field operation.

    Elite Thai Rangers Conduct First Operation to Nab Poachers

    Published November 06, 2013

    Thailand is stepping up efforts to combat poaching and smuggling protected animals and plants. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from the Pangsida National Park where a new team of specially trained rangers embarked on its first field operation.


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