Illegal logging of Jatoba and Angelim timber reported in Araguaia National Park

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December 18, 2020 - Tocantins, Brazil

According to TV Anhanguera, a complaint was made to Ibama that timber is being illegally logged in the Araguaia National Park on the banks of the Bananal Island. The loggers are allegedly targeting Jatoba and Angelim species.

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Illegal logging of Jatoba and Angelim timber reported in Araguaia National Park

Photo: TV Anhanguera

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