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Aug172010

Ivory and rhino horn seized from exhibition stall in China

Dalian Forest Police have made their biggest ever seizure of endangered wildlife parts after recovering 6 elephant tusks, 71 other ivory items and 5 rhino horn products from a stall at an international jewelry exhibition in Xinghai, reports a Chinese government website. Three suspects have been arrested

More (in Chinese) at: http://www.lyj.dl.gov.cn/news/shownews.asp?id=5271&filename=20100730160146

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