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Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 20 March 2018

Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 20 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 20, 2018) Wildlife trafficking: the animal market in LaosReporters travelled 2,000 kilometers in Laos recently to discover how wildlife are carried to Vietnam. Departing from Hanoi, they crossed the Long Sap border gate in the northern province of Son La to Laos. The first destination was Xam Neua, the capital of Houaphan Province in Laos. Wild animals such as deer, porcupine and pheasant were displayed for sale in the open air at markets in the province’s central area. Wild animal meat was als...

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International Wildlife Trade News - 15 March 2018

International Wildlife Trade News - 15 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 15, 2018) Thailand: Two arrested in Tak on wildlife chargesTwo male suspects were arrested when officials found 24 elephant tusks and 16 elephant tails hidden in their pick-up truck’s cargo bed in Tak’s Mae Sot district on Wednesday. Following their arrest at a checkpoint in Ban Huai Ya Oo, the two suspects – driver Saithan Maliwan, 45, and his passenger. mahout Boonpeng Utaway, 54 – reportedly confessed to police that they had brought these items from a Myanmar person in the borde...

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Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 15 March 2018

Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 15 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 15, 2018) The owner of tiger cubs soaked in alcohol in Lam Dong received a fine of 75 million VNDIn a follow-up news on September 5, 2017, police in the central highlands province of Lam Dong have found two dead tiger cubs at a local timber shop. One of the tigers was soaked in a large sink of alcohol while the other was kept in a refrigerator. On March 10, 2018 Lam Dong People’s Committee fined the owner of the workshop, Vo Anh Huy 75 million VND for illegal possession of endangered wild ...

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International Wildlife Trade News - 12 March 2018

International Wildlife Trade News - 12 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 12, 2018) US: Why a Teen Got a 'Light' Sentence For Smuggling a Tiger CubThe Bengal tiger cub lay between the legs of Eriberto Paniagua, the 21-year-old passenger in a Chevy Camaro driven by 18-year-old Luis Valencia, court documents said. As the car rolled across the border from Mexico to San Diego, California, early one morning in August 2017, a customs officer spotted the exotic cat and seized it. Last month U.S. District Judge Anthony J. Battaglia sentenced Valencia to six months in prison. Wildlife W...

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Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 12 March 2018

Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 12 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 12, 2018) Quang Nam: Local people handed over a rare langur to forest rangersOn March 11, Dinh Viet Khanh - Head of Forest Protection Department of Dong Giang district (Quang Nam) informed that they have received a red-shanked douc from Co Lau Deo, a local man from A Ting Commune.[VN] Ha Noi: Wild monkeys invaded and messed up people’s housesOn March 9, Police from Phuc Tan ward, Hoan Kiem district, Ha Noi said that it was reported that an old monkey, about 5 kilograms, regularly raid people's ...

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International Wildlife Trade News - 9 March 2018

International Wildlife Trade News - 9 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 09, 2018) Nigeria: Chinese held with N1.73bn pangolin scalesNigeria Customs Service (NCS) yesterday arrested a Chinese, Mr. Li Chaomin, in connection with pangolin scales with a duty paid value (DPV) of N1.73 billion. The banned items, which were packed in 329 sacks, were impounded at Opebi area of Ikeja in Lagos. However, Chaomin said that he got approval from Chinese government to export the banned goods from Nigeria. [EN] India: Tusks seized from New Alipore houseTwo elephant tusks weighing a...

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Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 9 March 2018

Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 9 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 09, 2018) Singapore: ICA seizes illegal elephant ivory worth US$2.5 million from Vietnam-bound shipmentSingapore's Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) have seized elephant ivory worth about US$2.5 million (S$3.28 million) on Monday from a Vietnam-bound shipment.The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) officers have inspected the container at Pasir Panjang Scanning Station and found 1,787 pieces of ivory tusks in 61 bags, totalling about 3,500 kg. The ivory was meant to be re-exported to Vietna...

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International Wildlife Trade News - 8 March 2018

International Wildlife Trade News - 8 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 08, 2018) Mozambique: Young Vietnamese caught with four rhino horns at Maputo International Airport – MozambiqueA young Vietnamese man is currently detained, on charges of trafficking in wildlife resources. He was caught at Maputo international Airport, in possession of a suitcase containing four rhino horns, with an estimated weight of seven kilograms, O País reports. [EN] Nepal: Police arrested fugitive wildlife smugglerThe Central Investigation Bureau (CI...

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Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 8 March 2018

Viet Nam Wildlife Trade News - 8 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 08, 2018) Quang Tri: Leopards suspected of attacking goatsChairman of Hai Lam Commune People's Committee in Hai Lang district, Nguyen Minh Hoang announced on March 1 that the owner of a farm in the area, Nguyen At, has just informed them about the missing of 13 goats and footprints of strange animals at his farm. [VN] [EN]

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International Wildlife Trade News - 7 March 2018

International Wildlife Trade News - 7 March 2018
(Tháng Ba 07, 2018) Laos: Wildlife carcasses seized at a border marketOfficials manning a checkpoint in Rattana Wapi district of Nong Khai province seized the carcasses of about 80 wildlife, including five mouse deer and one giant squirrel in six bags on Sunday. Two weeks ago, officials at the same checkpoint seized skins of several wildlife species, including a fishing cat, at the market in Ban Baengchan. [EN] Nepal: Two held with banned wildlife partsThe Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police has ...

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