76m3 of Teak seized near Lakambau

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December 5, 2020 - Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia

Forest authorities with the KLHK Gakkum seized 76.53 cubic meters of Teak logs and lumber on December 3. The timber was suspected of being logged illegally from the Wasambua Forest in the village of Lakambau.

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76m3 of Teak seized near Lakambau

Photo: Ditjen Gakkum KLHK

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