FBC: Fiji’s endemic species under threat warns Thomas-Moko

[Source: FBC News]

Fiji’s unique species are under threat from wildlife trafficking, warns Director of Nature Fiji Mareqeti Viti, Nunia Thomas-Moko.

She says the illegal trade of endemic creatures like the Fiji Crested Iguana, Fiji Banded Iguana, and Natewa Swallowtail Butterfly has surged, endangering their survival.

Thomas-Moko says a collective effort is needed to curb the illegal trade and exploitation of these species, which, if not done, can have a profound impact on the natural environment….

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