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Six arrested and ivory seized in India

Two elephant tusks were seized and six alleged wildlife poachers arrested by Jarda rande officials in India, reports the Indian Express

Ivory worth 10 lakh seized
Indian Express
11 June 2009


ROURKELA: Officials of Jarda range under Bonai forest division accompanied by Gurundia police recently recovered two elephant tusks worth over Rs 10 lakh. Six persons allegedly involved in wildlife poaching were arrested.

More at: http://www.expressbuzz.com/edition/story.aspx?Title=Ivory+worth+10+lakh+seized&artid=cNJFf|A8h9E=

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