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India | Anti-poaching camps beefed up in wildlife sanctuary set to also become tiger reserve

The Forest Department will increase the number of anti-poaching camps at M.M. Hills Wildlife Sanctuary this year to shore up protection in the area.


The 906-sq.km sanctuary with pristine forests has 40 anti-poaching camps at present, but another 15 will be added to strengthen protection, according to Deputy Conservator of Forests V. Yedukondalu.


https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/karnataka/mm-hills-wildlife-sanctuary-to-get-more-anti-poaching-camps/article29317243.ece

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