04-02-2017 by redazione
Six months ago Malindikenya.net had responded to the call of Honorary Warden of Malindi and Watamu (the Italian and local residents that help the Kenya Wildlife Service to protect nature and animals, to enforce the rules and disseminate the right information): the detention in carapaces homes and other relics of animals is punishable under criminal law, with heavy fines or, as in the case of animal skins, with the arrest of the owner of the residence or of any tenant.
Consequently, in addition to warn anyone who was in possession of anything illegal, to denounce the Honorary Warden, the KWS Malindi was made available to receive autodenunce of unsuspecting owners and operate the collection of the material, without penalizing the owners, considered precisely in good faith.
Now the Senior Warden of Malindi, Jane Githau, announced that the amnesty is over and you have started new investigations.
So from now on there is no possibility of self-denunciation and who will come in possession of shells or other "trophy" animals, will the troubles.
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