Over 1,500 tortoises and turtles were discovered stuffed with the help of duct tape in bags that were relinquished at an air terminal in Philippines. As per the Bureau of Customs at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (BOC NAIA) that is located in Manila, officials found a number of 1,529 live colorful creatures that were known hail from a national of Filipino who was endeavoring to pirate the animals into the nation on a departure from Hong Kong. The BOC NAIA confirmed that the traveler might have been aware of the cautiousness of the Bureau of Customs against illicit wildlife trading and its punishments, hence abandoning the four X-Rayed baggage abandoned in the landing territory. Amongst them there were African spurred, star and red-footed tortoises along with red-ear slider turtles, with an all-out estimation of approximately C$115,000. Photographs demonstrate the turtles that were wrapped with conduit tape among apparel wherein others were kept in plastic holders and tiny cardboard boxes. Officials had just caught 63 iguanas, bearded dragons and chameleon prior this year. Conviction for the unlawful trade of these creatures is subjected to sentence of as long as two years as well as fines.