Men bait stray cats to catch second-class protected animals

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 Men bait stray cats to catch second-class protected animals


Men used to bait stray cats for catching second-class national protected animals (Source: Check out the news)

Sparrow is a common bird in Nantong. Although it is not very noticeable, it belongs to the second-class national protected animal. No one can harm it. A man caught sparrows as bait in order to catch stray cats, so he was investigated by the public security organs.

Recently, the citys public security organs are carrying out hurricane operations, and the Tangzha police station of the Port Gate Public Security Bureau has also increased its daily inspection efforts. More than 11 oclock the night before yesterday, when the police patrol to Zhonggang City, found that a middle-aged man in the community around, which attracted the attention of the police.

Jiang Ye, a police officer at Tangzha Police Station, said, I found that someone was catching wild cats in a cage. Then I went up and checked it. I found that he was a sparrow. Because the sparrow is a second-class national protected animal, we summoned him to our Institute for investigation.

It is understood that the man, Wang, from Anhui Province, is currently living in Rugao. That afternoon, he caught some sparrows in Rugao and took them to Nantong to trap kittens.

After checking, the police found that there were 28 sparrows in Wang Mous cloth bag. He thought it was nothing to trap the sparrows, but did not know that his behavior had been suspected of illegal hunting.

Jiang Ye, a police officer at Tangzha Police Station, said: According to the relevant laws and regulations of our country, sparrows are now the second-class protected animals of the state, and any illegal hunting will be prosecuted for criminal responsibility.

At present, the police are still investigating the case further.

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