P250 million large clams recovered in Palawan


Robertzon Ramirez (The Philippine Star) – July 2, 2021 – 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — At least 150 heaps of fossilized large clams, in the community referred to as taklobo, value P250 million had been seized in Sofronio Espaniola, Palawan on Monday, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) reported the day past.

The PCG stated it performed the operation with different regulation enforcement businesses in Barangay Panitian.

The large clams had been reportedly within the ownership of Eulogio Togonon, Totong Josos, Nonoy Guliman and Vilmor Pajardo, all citizens of Barangay Iraray.

Only Togonon used to be apprehended.

The PCG stated the seized large clams had been positioned underneath the custody of barangay officers in Panitian.

Togonon used to be dropped at the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development for inquest complaints and submitting of fees.

Togonon faces fees for violation of Republic Act 9147 or the Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act.

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