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Sep282010

Elephant and leopard parts seized in China

During a routine check on 20th September, China Eastern Airlines security officials discovered 4 whole tusks, 6 ivory pieces, 10 pieces of elephant skin and a leopard pelt in a parcel en route to Zhejiang province reports a Chinese government website.

More (in Chinese) at: http://www.jisi.gov.cn/Article/szsm/yunnan/201009/20100925150114_4269.html

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