Two Czech nationals on trial for animal smuggling in Perth, Australia have admitted their guilt. The two men told the judge they had attempted to smuggle around 150 reptiles, mostly lizards and snakes out of the country. They were arrested along with two Russians when customs officers found reptiles hidden in their luggage, among them 33 dead snakes. The men face up to ten years in prison and steep fines.
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