Endangered animal parts seized by Hong Kong customs in Kwai Chung. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Customs urged to step up prosecutions in illegal wildlife trade – with blood of 3,000 elephants, 65,000 pangolins and 51 rhinoceros on Hong Kong’s hands

  • Study reveals alarming surge in smuggling activity through city, but prosecution rate remains low
  • Experts call for cases to be handled under law against organised crime for greater deterrence and investigative firepower
Topic |   Conservation

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Endangered animal parts seized by Hong Kong customs in Kwai Chung. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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