Fears of poaching rise after another smuggling case


KOTA KINABALU: A second case of ivory smuggling detected by Indonesian Customs in Nunukan, Kalimantan, at the Sabah border is fuelling fears among conservationists that the tusk may have been poached from a Bornean pygmy elephant in the state.

A tusk weighing 2.7kg was recovered from an Indonesian worker returning from Tawau to his home province in Indonesia.

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