The official spokesman for the Saudi Special Forces for Environmental Security, Major Raed Al-Malki, stated that it is a reference to the video clip circulating on social media, in which a person appears in possession of an endangered fungal organism (lion) on a vehicle. , for trading in endangered species, lion, hyena and two wolves, through a site prepared for that.
The official spokesman, Major Raed Al-Maliki, explained that the legal procedures were applied against him and referred to the Public Prosecution, and coordination with the National Center for Wildlife Development, to receive the creatures by virtue of jurisdiction, indicating that the penalty for violating the sale of endangered wildlife is a fine of up to 30 million riyals, and imprisonment for up to Ten years, or one of these two penalties.
He stressed that the environment system and its implementing regulations criminalize trafficking in fungal organisms and their products and derivatives, urging everyone to report any cases that constitute an attack on the environment or wildlife on the number (911) in the regions of Makkah and Riyadh, and (999) and (996) in all regions of the Kingdom. .