A the buyer of protected wildlife thought he had purchased the leg of a bharal, or Himalayan blue sheep. It turned out to be that of a horse. Photo: Post Magazine A the buyer of protected wildlife thought he had purchased the leg of a bharal, or Himalayan blue sheep. It turned out to be that of a horse. Photo: Post Magazine
A the buyer of protected wildlife thought he had purchased the leg of a bharal, or Himalayan blue sheep. It turned out to be that of a horse. Photo: Post Magazine
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Police in southwest China investigating man who sold protected wildlife for four years

His case came to light after police found animal parts in the boot of a customer’s car

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A the buyer of protected wildlife thought he had purchased the leg of a bharal, or Himalayan blue sheep. It turned out to be that of a horse. Photo: Post Magazine A the buyer of protected wildlife thought he had purchased the leg of a bharal, or Himalayan blue sheep. It turned out to be that of a horse. Photo: Post Magazine
A the buyer of protected wildlife thought he had purchased the leg of a bharal, or Himalayan blue sheep. It turned out to be that of a horse. Photo: Post Magazine
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