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URGENTLY NEEDED VETERINARY MEDICINE FOR CONFISCATED WILDLIFE IN VIETNAM.

Thanh Hoa, Vietnam

URGENTLY NEEDED VETERINARY MEDICINE FOR CONFISCATED WILDLIFE IN VIETNAM.

Thanh Hoa, Vietnam

HELP US TO PROVIDE URGENTLY NEEDED VETERINARY MEDICINE FOR CONFISCATED WILDLIFE IN VIETNAM. This over 4 meter long Burmese Python died because medicatication was not available! Help us to provide needed medicine! Thank you!

G. Kloeble from Wildlife Action Group International e.V. | 
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URGENTLY NEEDED VETERINARY MEDICINE FOR CONFISCATED WILDLIFE IN VIETNAM.
 This wonderful, over 4 meter long Burmese Python (Python molurus bivittatus) which was confiscated from illegal wildlife trade, died of pneumonia because very simple medication and appropriate holding facility was not available. 
Due to the widespread illegal wildlife trade, more and more confiscated animals are brought
 to Xuan Lien and Pu Hu Nature Reserve in Than Hoa Province which are supported by Wildlife Action Group International for several years.
Snakes and other Reptiles, Monkeys, Birds, Deer and many other animals need to go trough quarantine and many need veterinary care. But it was found that appropriate medicine, which would have saved the life of many animals, is often not available.
With your support, Wildlife Action Group International will provide such veterinary medicine and veterinary medicine guidelines, to assure in future the survival of such animals to release them back into the wild. 
URGENT!!  Please support as soon as you can!
Thank you! 
Wildlife Action Group International e.V.
Updated at 05. May 2020