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Tuesday
May172011

10 kg Tiger bones seized in China

On 2nd May 2011, Shenzhen Customs seized 10 kg of Tiger bones, comprising one whole skeleton, 3 skulls and other bones at Shenzhen Gulf Port, Guangdong Province, according to a Chinese government news website.

More (in Chinese) at: http://news.163.com/11/0517/03/747QDM3C00014AED.html

 

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