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13.5 kg Pangolin scales seized in China

On 27th October, Luohu Customs in Guangdong province, seized 13.5 kg of pangolin scales from three Hong Kong passengers, reports a Chinese government website. So far this year, Luohu Custons have seized 44 kg of pangolin scales in the passenger inspection channel.

More (in Chinese) at: http://www.jisi.gov.cn/Article/szsm/gd/201011/20101101105755_4402.html

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