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Feb232010

Cheetahs and Lions seized in Jordan

In separate incidents, Cheetah and Lion cubs were seized from vehicles on the Jordan border with Saudi Arabia. The Cheetahs were believed to be en route from Saudi Arabia to Syria, while the Lions were being smuggled from Syria to Saudi Arabia, reports the Jordan Times

Endangered animals seized at border crossing, Jordan Times, 23 February 2010

More at: http://www.jordantimes.com/index.php?news=24062

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