More rangers, more guardians
In 2018, Project Stampede was launched in Malaysia, increasing the number of rangers who patrol, remove snares, and collect data on poaching. With over 22,800km patrolled on foot, this resulted in a 99% reduction in snares encountered, with 227 active snares deactivated in Belum-Temenggor, one of 3 priority tiger habitats in Malaysia!
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Similar combined efforts with governments also saw an average of 17,200 snares removed annually from 5 protected areas in Southeast Asian countries.
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