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Thursday
Feb182010

Drugs raid nets Leopard cat skin in India

Instead of the expected drugs, a raid by Mumbai police's Anti-Narcotics Cell instead led to the seizure of a Leopard Cat pelt, reports DNA India

Animal skin traps BPO staffer, DNA India, 19 February 2010

More at: http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report_animal-skin-traps-bpo-staffer_1349692

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