This heinous rhino horn smuggling must be stopped

 

Singapore said it would, and Singapore did. Singapore Police and Customs seized 20 pieces of rhino horns being smuggled through Singapore Changi Airport on October 4.

Airport security officers and NParks’ K9 unit had detected and inspected two bags, and found 34 kg of rhino horns, worth an estimated $830,000. This is the largest seizure of rhino horns in Singapore to date.

 
La soigneuse Carer Zanre Van Jaarsveld, 26 ans, en compagnie d’un jeune rhinocéros, dans un orphelinat près de Mokopane, dans la province de Limpopo, dans le nord de l’Afrique du Sud, le 9 janvier 2021.

Checks and genetic testing are underway at NParks to identify the rhino species.

The seized products will then be destroyed to prevent them from re-entering the market, disrupting the global supply chain of illegally traded rhino horn, NParks said.

These beautiful animals, the rhinos, are protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), to which Singapore is a signatory. Under CITES, international trade in rhino horns is prohibited.

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This heinous rhino horn smuggling must be stopped

 
Singapore said it would, and Singapore did. Singapore Police and Customs seized 20 pieces of rhino horns being smuggled through Singapore Changi Airport on October 4. Airport security officers and NParks' K9 unit had detected and inspected two bags, and found 34 kg of rhino horns, worth an estimated $830,000. This is the largest seizure of rhino horns in Singapore to date.
 
La soigneuse Carer Zanre Van Jaarsveld, 26 ans, en compagnie d’un jeune rhinocéros, dans un orphelinat près de Mokopane, dans la province de Limpopo, dans le nord de l’Afrique du Sud, le 9 janvier 2021. Checks and genetic testing are underway at NParks to identify the rhino species. The seized products will then be destroyed to prevent them from re-entering the market, disrupting the global supply chain of illegally traded rhino horn, NParks said. These beautiful animals, the rhinos, are protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), to which Singapore is a signatory. Under CITES, international trade in rhino horns is prohibited.
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