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The scale of the industrial slaughter of elephants for their tusks was laid bare after officals seized 750 ivory tusks hidden in treetrunks worth £6.5million.
A scanner funded by Britain is being used to scan shipping containers being carried by road through Africa.
Elephants - Ivory - Containers
Around 325 elephants would have been slaughtered to provide the ivory found in the containers.
As well as ivory, scales removed from endangered pangolins were also found on the shipment.
Men - Goods
Two Vietnamese men who were transporting the illegal goods were arrested.
The scanners were provided by the Department for International Development to the Ugandan Revenue Authority.
Wildlife - Goods - Town - Elegu - Uganda
The illegal wildlife goods were seized in a town called Elegu, in northern Uganda, on the border with South Sudan on January 31.
Ugandan customs officers suspect the goods originated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and...
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