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Tuesday
Nov012011

A Preliminary Assessment of Pangolin Trade in Sabah

 Document (PDF, 500 KB) by Sandrine Pantel & Noorainie Awang Anak. 2010. 30pp. ISBN 9789833393305. TRAFFIC Southeast Asia. This report presents the results of an interview-based survey carried out among pangolin hunters on the west coast of Sabah, as well as an analysis of logbooks, covering a period of 20 months, confiscated from a criminal syndicate involved in the trade of pangolins and obtained during a raid carried out by the Sabah Wildlife Department.