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Monday
Nov222010

4.5 kg Leopard bone seized in China

Tengchong Forest Police in Yunnan Province have recently seized 4.5 kg of Leopard bone, summugled across the border from Myitkyina in Myanmar, reports the Chuncheng Evening Newspaper

More (in Chinese) at: http://www.jisi.gov.cn/Article/aljx/201010/20101015133616_4339.html

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