Dead pangolins, seahorses seized from ship in Manila
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The Philippine Coast Guardian on Friday found a truck loaded with dead and preserved pangolins, seahorses and other wildlife aboard a ship docked at Manila North Harbor's Pier 4. A team from the Manila Coast Guard Station, PCG K-9 UNIT, Sea Marshal Group and the Philippine Air Force (PAF) Intelligence Unit that boarded the vessel found a truck loaded with the dead and preserved animals. The team also discovered other cargo aboard suspected to contain other varieties of endangered species.
Geducos, A. C. B. (2017, January 14). Dead pangolins, seahorses seized from ship in Manila. Manila Bulletin, p. 2.
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