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Monday
May142012

Pangolin scales seized by Shenzhen Bay Customs, China

Shenzhen Bay Customs seized 25.4 kg from a passenger on a shuttle bus from Hong Kong to Shenzhen on the night of 13th May. The Chinese passenger arrested said he had obtained the scales when he worked in Pakistan and planned to sell them in China. The case is being investigated further.

More at: http://www.customs.gov.cn/publish/portal0/tab39267/info365276.htm (in Chinese)

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