A 33-year-old man was fined 41,000 Singapore dollars ($32,300) on Thursday after pleading guilty to keeping 32 wild and endangered animals in his flat without a permit, media reports said.

The Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) inspected Ong Ming Siang’s home in June last year, and found three rare ball pythons, two sailfin dragons and a slow loris, among other animals, according to the Straits Times newspaper.

AVA reportedly said there was evidence Ong was putting the animals up for sale. It was the biggest seizure of illegal wildlife from a home in Singapore in 11 years, the report said.

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