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Aug112010

Ivory and rhino horn seized in China

On 9th August, Shenzhen Gulf Customs discovered a passenger carrying 12 ivory and 2 rhino products aboard a coach leaving Hong Kong. The passenger claimed to have bought the products abroad at a secondhand market and to be unaware they could not be carried across borders, reports Gzdaily

More (in Chinese) at: http://gzdaily.dayoo.com/html/2010-08/11/content_1058711.htm

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