33 m3 of Cumala, Cupaiba, and Lupuna lumber seized in San Juan de Zapote

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January 5, 2021 - Loreto, Peru

FEMA of Alto Amazonas seized about 33 cubic meters of sawn wood on the banks of a tributary in San Juan de Zapote on January 4. The lumber was presumably stored illegally on the banks of the river. The owner of the wood was not apparent, and according to FEMA, there is no forest permit in the area.

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33 m3 of Cumala, Cupaiba, and Lupuna lumber seized in San Juan de Zapote

Photo: FEMA Alto Amazonas

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