In USA’s Pennsylvania, Police Catch Bus Trafficking Animals – News18

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These animals were kept inside a dirty trailer.

These animals were kept inside a dirty trailer.

Some of the most common examples of wildlife trade include the poaching of elephants’s ivory and tigers’ skin and bones.

Animals are some of the world’s most loved creatures. While it is considered legal to domesticate certain animals, it is a crime to poach them or traffic them to different parts of the world. Some of the most common examples of wildlife trade include the poaching of elephants’s ivory and tigers’ skin and bones. Recently, a particular case has come into the limelight after a bus was captured in the US, carrying dozens of animals. After the police investigated, they found that there were different species of animals that were being trafficked. They were being abused by the owners for years. The incident has caught the attention of people around the world.

According to reports, an incident has come up in Pennsylvania, USA, where a yellow bus was stopped by the police after they became suspicious of the vehicle. What they found when they entered the bus was horrific. They found dozens of different species of animals that were being trafficked to some other part of the country. The whole bus was unmaintained, and the animals were kept in a filthy situation. The staff of the Adams County SPCA were tipped that a bus was trafficking animals. Inside the bus, a total of 30 chickens, ducks, and turkeys were seized from the vehicle, along with three German Shepherds and one Australian Shepherd. During the investigation, it was found that these birds were being fed to the dogs. In the trailer, they also found a pony and a bull.

After further investigation, it was discovered that these animals were being used for bestiality. Reports have found that the driver of the bus, Shawn Hirschbine, was arrested for an outstanding warrant in West Virginia. Officials state that a warrant has been issued for charges related to Hirschbine allegedly distributing obscene material to minors.

Some pictures of the trailer show that these animals were kept in dirty open buckets of feed and waste tyres, with grass and dirt scattered on the floor. The rescued animals have been kept under observation and are being treated by health professionals.