After twenty years
fighting against him illegal animal trafficking
has communicated through its social networks that it will not be able to do more after lose the license I owned. A varapalo that has left the DMAX host very touched that will soon release a new season of Wild frank.
“From now on we no longer have a license to rescue, prepare and release animals,” he explained in a video. So you will have to “dismantle the whole system I have of kids in the markets looking for and watching animals, getting slap to know where they come from and where they are going.”
“I have to stop any activity that has to do with the fight against illegal animal trafficking,” Cuesta said, referring to the fact that in countries like Thailand things are much more complicated than in “developed countries.” Certainly, “It’s a stick on a personal level,” he acknowledged, and although it is not the first time he loses his license, “you can’t live like this”, in constant tension.
“From now on we will not rescue, we will not report, we will not have animals and we will not release them” And despite not having such a license, he will continue to work “with the poison department” and also with the university in relation to “invasive species”.
“I always say that life is wonderful shit, and it is true that there are better and worse moments ”, continues the adventurer in obvious state of shock. And it is that “it is something that I did not expect so sharply.” In fact, “we have five hectares that we have prepared to bring animals, prepare them and then release them. There are a lot of things that I will have to remove. I don’t know how I will transform this site, but it will be related to animals. ”
Further, “Yuyee will leave soon [de la cárcel] And it’s the best thing that can happen to us. It will probably be the prettiest news of our lives. I don’t know what to do, it’s screwed, but at the same time it’s a bit liberating because they have been doing this for many years“
Fighting the mafias that illegally traffic in wild animals in Thailand is “very stressful at all levels” and in recent years “We have been through everything: humiliations, threats, betrayals, blackmail, for very hard moments … ”
In spite of everything, Cuesta acknowledges not regretting anything since now and thanks to his work “there are thousands of free animals in the jungle, who returned home, and it’s something we can be very proud of. ”