Swiss customs officers seize 8 suitcases of elephant ivory bound for China

Author : chippewas1982
Publish Date : 2021-04-04


Swiss customs officers seize 8 suitcases of elephant ivory bound for China

The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich.

The tusks had been sawed into chunks to fit into the luggage, according to a news release from Swiss customs officials. The discovery was made on July 6 but was only highlighted Tuesday.

Are China's ivory trade efforts too late?



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Officials also uncovered a kilogram of lion fangs and claws in the luggage.

The ivory has an estimated black market value of up to 400,000 Swiss francs (about $412,000), they said.

Poaching, shrinking habitats and a seemingly insatiable appetite for ivory in Asia -- particularly in China -- have contributed to disappearing populations of elephants.

About 35,000 elephants are poached annually as the demand for ivory grows.

U.S. crushes ton of ivory in Times Square

About 35,000 elephants are poached annually as the demand for ivory grows. The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich. The ivory has an estimated black market value of up to 400,000 Swiss francs (about $412,000), they said. About 35,000 elephants are poached annually as the demand for ivory grows. Are China's ivory trade efforts too late? The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich. U.S. crushes ton of ivory in Times Square Poaching, shrinking habitats and a seemingly insatiable appetite for ivory in Asia -- particularly in China -- have contributed to disappearing populations of elephants. U.S. crushes ton of ivory in Times Square Poaching, shrinking habitats and a seemingly insatiable appetite for ivory in Asia -- particularly in China -- have contributed to disappearing populations of elephants. The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich. Are China's ivory trade efforts too late? The ivory has an estimated black market value of up to 400,000 Swiss francs (about $412,000), they said. The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich. Are China's ivory trade efforts too late? Poaching, shrinking habitats and a seemingly insatiable appetite for ivory in Asia -- particularly in China -- have contributed to disappearing populations of elephants. Officials also uncovered a kilogram of lion fangs and claws in the luggage. Poaching, shrinking habitats and a seemingly insatiable appetite for ivory in Asia -- particularly in China -- have contributed to disappearing populations of elephants. About 35,000 elephants are poached annually as the demand for ivory grows. The ivory has an estimated black market value of up to 400,000 Swiss francs (about $412,000), they said. U.S. crushes ton of ivory in Times Square The ivory has an estimated black market value of up to 400,000 Swiss francs (about $412,000), they said. The tusks had been sawed into chunks to fit into the luggage, according to a news release from Swiss customs officials. The discovery was made on July 6 but was only highlighted Tuesday. Officials also uncovered a kilogram of lion fangs and claws in the luggage. Poaching, shrinking habitats and a seemingly insatiable appetite for ivory in Asia -- particularly in China -- have contributed to disappearing populations of elephants. U.S. crushes ton of ivory in Times Square U.S. crushes ton of ivory in Times Square Officials also uncovered a kilogram of lion fangs and claws in the luggage. Officials also uncovered a kilogram of lion fangs and claws in the luggage. Officials also uncovered a kilogram of lion fangs and claws in the luggage. Officials also uncovered a kilogram of lion fangs and claws in the luggage. The ivory has an estimated black market value of up to 400,000 Swiss francs (about $412,000), they said. The ivory has an estimated black market value of up to 400,000 Swiss francs (about $412,000), they said. U.S. crushes ton of ivory in Times Square U.S. crushes ton of ivory in Times Square The tusks had been sawed into chunks to fit into the luggage, according to a news release from Swiss customs officials. The discovery was made on July 6 but was only highlighted Tuesday. The ivory has an estimated black market value of up to 400,000 Swiss francs (about $412,000), they said. The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich. The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich. The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich. The elephant tusks were discovered in eight suitcases carried by three Chinese nationals who were traveling from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Chinese city of Beijing, via Zurich.

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