"In march of last year found the police near 900 reptiles in a major crackdown against a local in skåne, Löberöd. Most of the animals got killed as a result of mismanagement, but the 165 pieces have been given new homes across the european zoos, reports the new york times."
"A majority of the animals were with in the international as the red list of threatened species. In total it was about 860 animals – 760 lizards, 67 turtles, 18 snakes, 2 crocodiles, 1 item and 11 frogs – which by all accounts is smuggled in the country."
"The surviving animals have been placed in zoos in Sweden, France, Hungary and Slovakia. It applies, among other things trädgårdsboa, diamantsköldpadda, egyptian cobra and fransfingerödla."
"Three men are suspected of artskyddsbrott. The principal suspected also for cruelty to animals."
"Prosecutor Christer Forssman hope to be able to prosecute for the summer," he says to Sydsvenskan."