Animal smugglers in Taiwan have grown increasingly daring in their efforts to snatch endangered turtles
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Tackling Taiwan's animal smugglers

Taiwanese authorities face a growing challenge to stop a wide and bold network of animal smugglers who have been tapping into the island's rich reserves to profit from China's huge appetite for exotic animals.

Turtles are the easiest target because they stand a better chance of surviving the smuggling process, as Cindy Sui reports.

  • 19 Nov 2014
  • From the section Asia
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