14m3 of Misa and Tawarí lumber seized in Puerto Maldonado

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July 25, 2020 - Madre de Dios, Peru

The Regional Forestry and Wildlife Management Service (GERFOR) seized about 14.15 cubic meters of Misa and Tawarí lumber illegally stored on the banks of Rio Madre de Dios in the Rompeolas sector of Puerto Maldonado on July 23.

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14m3 of Misa and Tawarí lumber seized in Puerto Maldonado

Photo: GERFOR MDD

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