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Bustard poaching in Pakistan desert shocks wildlife activists

Great Indian Bustard, the State bird of Rajasthan, is considered India’s most critically endangered bird

The recent shooting of two Great Indian Bustards (GIBs) in Pakistan’s Cholistan desert, with the poachers brazenly getting themselves photographed with the carcasses of birds in their hands and guns on their shoulders, has left wildlife activists in Rajasthan shocked and outraged. The GIB, which is the State bird of Rajasthan, is considered India’s most critically endangered bird.

A group of hunters, allegedly led by a retired Major of the Pakistan Army, shot down two GIBs in a protected area of southern Punjab’s Cholistan game reserve earlier this month. Retired Major Tanveer Hussain Shah, a resident of Rahim Yar Khan…

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