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« Four jailed for trading pangolins in China | Main | 11 and 13 years in jail for pangolin and bear paw buyers »
Tuesday
Mar012011

Sumatran Rhino, other rhino horns and ivory seized in China

On 26th February 2011, Kunming Forest Police released details of two rhino horn seizures that took place in 2010. In October 2010, two suspects were arrested in Kunming in possession of a Sumatran Rhino horn they had purchased in Myanmar. In November 2010, a man and his wife were arrested in Kunming on suspicion of trying to sell 2 Bkack Rhino horns they had bought in Viet Nam. Later, their house and shop were raided where rhino horn powder and ivory were discovered.

More (in Chinese) at: http://news.163.com/11/0226/09/6TQF2AF100014AEE.html

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