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Wednesday
May182011

Pangolin smugglers jailed in China

In May 2011, a Chinese couple were sentenced to 3 and 5 years each respectively in jail after they bought 11 pangolins in Myanmar, smuggled them into China, before the couple was arrested in Houqiao Town by local forestry police, reports a Chinese government website.

More (in Chinese) at: http://www.jisi.gov.cn/News/aljx/201105/20110511111602_5118.html

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