243m3 of illegal timber seized in Puerto Colón

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October 13, 2020 - Putumayo, Colombia

The Colombian Navy seized 243 cubic meters of timber (about 103,000 board feet) in a raft on the banks of the San Miguel River in Puerto Colón. The timber was seized because no one was present to provide the documentation and environmental licenses authorizing its transport.

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243m3 of illegal timber seized in Puerto Colón

Photo: Armada de Colombia

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