An NGO from Bangalore headed over to the water reservoir to document the 'massacre' and they were shocked to see the ugly truth of how these hunters lay traps for these rare species, which are decreasing in number day by day. There are several wildlife NGO's, which put their best feet forward to put a check on it, but they have been unsuccessful in it so far.
With various endangered animals around the world being trapped and sold in the open market, it is time for the authorities to put a check upon such acts. As far as birds slaughtering and selling in the open market is concerned, the government of Nagaland needs to impose strict laws against the offenders. If they fail to do so, then the centre must step in and take appropriate actions.
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