08/03/2018 20:53
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THE owner of a tortoise hatchery has been arrested in Spain for the illegal trafficking of a protected species.
Guardia Civil officers found a hatchery with 89 tortoises in the San Pedro del Pinatar area of Murcia, in southern Spain.
The 48-year-old owner was arrested and more than 89 specimens of protected species, whose possession, reproduction in captivity and commercialisation, without authorisation, is prohibited.
The investigation began last January when police became aware of a protected Radiata tortoise, a protected species, being offered for sale.
Among the animals seized was an Aldabra giant tortoise, weighing close to 60kg, and a diameter of 60cm. Male specimens can weigh up to 250kg, with a span of more than one metre.
Officers found equipment for the incubation of the eggs and terrariums. Meanwhile, the 89 live tortoises were taken into custody.


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