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Jan092012

117 bear paws seized in China

On 14th December 2011, officers of the Hunchun Anti-smuggling Sub-bureau confiscated 117 bear paws weighing a combined 126 kg in Hunchun, Jilin Province, close to China's border with the Russian Far East. The National Wildlife Detection Center later identified 103 of the paws as from Asiatic Black Bears Ursus thibetanus, the remainder (14) from Brown Bears Ursus arctos.

More at: http://finance.huanqiu.com/data/2012-01/2329935.html

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