108 logs of illegally harvested Ipe wood seized in Tapajós

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June 9, 2020 - Pará, Brazil

National Forest inspectors found 108 logs of Ipe that had been felled illegally in the Tapajós National Forest near highway BR-163 close to Santarém.

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108 logs of illegally harvested Ipe wood seized in Tapajós

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