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Ebola Slowed Hunting In Cape Mount
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Ebola Slowed Hunting In Cape Mount

By D .Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent

ROBERTSPORT, May 16(LINA) -The Ebola pandemic minimized hunting activities in Grand Cape Mount County, the Chief Park Warden of Lake Piso Multiple Use Reserve, Steve Miapeh, has said.

Miapeh said in an interview with the Liberia News Agency Friday that reserved wildlife spices like monkeys, chimpanzees and other animals are still under preservation regulation.

Miapeh thanked the citizens of Grand Cape Mount County for their continuous support to the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) local representatives in honoring FDA’s regulations governing hunting and fishing.


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