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60 kg ivory seized in Guangdong Province, China

On 27th October 2011, Gongbei Customs in Zhuhai city, Guangdong Province, discovered 16 pieces of elephant tusks weighing 60 kg in a car from Macao.

More at: http://www.jisi.gov.cn/News/szsm/gd/201111/20111121111504_6171.html

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