Five people arrested more than 800 snakes during the hunting ban were ordered to compensate 200,000 national losses.

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 Five people arrested more than 800 snakes during the hunting ban were ordered to compensate 200,000 national losses.


Wang Jin snake is widely distributed in China, and belongs to the state three have protected animals, and Zhejiang Province focuses on the protection of terrestrial wildlife. Wild King Snake mainly feeds on rodents and is a natural enemy of rodents. If it is hunted at will, it will seriously affect the balance of the whole ecosystem.

In the course of performing their duties, the procuratorate of Linan District found that during the period from April to July 2017 and from May to August 2018, more than 800 King brocade snakes were illegally hunted on many hills in Linan District by Luomou, Wang and Cao through conspiracy, partnership or solitary hunting without a hunting license. Most of them were sold to Huang Mou and Zhang Mou several times by Wang Mou and others, with a total illegal profit of more than 100,000 yuan.

According to the prosecutor of the public interest litigation in the case, a large number of hunting, acquisition and utilization of the same kind of wildlife will destroy the food chain, lead to degradation or explosive reproduction of other wildlife, thus destroying biodiversity and ecological balance. Wildlife is not only a natural resource, but also an important ecological resource, which is an irreplaceable important component of the natural ecosystem. The illegal hunting of Wang Jinsnake by Luo Mou and others has destroyed the National Wildlife resources, caused the loss of the national resources and damaged the public interests. While pursuing criminal responsibility, they should also bear corresponding civil liability, and then bring criminal incidental civil public interest litigation according to law.

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