Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Rome to open the first permanent environmental crime museum


(ANSA) – Rome, January 18 – The first Permanent Museum of
Environmental Crime will be set up in Rome in a bid to make the
public more aware of the illegal commerce of fauna and flora
species that are risking extinction.
The announcement was made on Friday by Federico Coccia, the
president of Rome's Biopark Foundation, which runs the local
zoo, and the head of the Italian Forrest Guard Corps, Cesare
The museum will expose seashells, turtle shells, skins,
corals and other such items protected by the international
agreements that have been seized by local enforcement officers.
It is estimated that the Forest Guards Corps of Italy is
holding some 71,000 seized products of this kind.

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