Nearly 83kg of suspected rhino horn and cut pieces, with an estimated market value of about HK$16.5 million, seized by Hong Kong customs officers from transshipment cargo at the city’s airport on April 5, 2019, a record haul of products related to the endangered species. Photo: ISD Nearly 83kg of suspected rhino horn and cut pieces, with an estimated market value of about HK$16.5 million, seized by Hong Kong customs officers from transshipment cargo at the city’s airport on April 5, 2019, a record haul of products related to the endangered species. Photo: ISD
Nearly 83kg of suspected rhino horn and cut pieces, with an estimated market value of about HK$16.5 million, seized by Hong Kong customs officers from transshipment cargo at the city’s airport on April 5, 2019, a record haul of products related to the endangered species. Photo: ISD

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Nearly 83kg of suspected rhino horn and cut pieces, with an estimated market value of about HK$16.5 million, seized by Hong Kong customs officers from transshipment cargo at the city’s airport on April 5, 2019, a record haul of products related to the endangered species. Photo: ISD Nearly 83kg of suspected rhino horn and cut pieces, with an estimated market value of about HK$16.5 million, seized by Hong Kong customs officers from transshipment cargo at the city’s airport on April 5, 2019, a record haul of products related to the endangered species. Photo: ISD
Nearly 83kg of suspected rhino horn and cut pieces, with an estimated market value of about HK$16.5 million, seized by Hong Kong customs officers from transshipment cargo at the city’s airport on April 5, 2019, a record haul of products related to the endangered species. Photo: ISD
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