Photo Gallery: Rhino Horn and Ivory Recently Seized in Thailand

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The unclaimed contraband was destined for a company in Central Thailand. Next >>

Rhishja Cota-Larson

I am the founder of Annamiticus, an educational nonprofit organization which provides news and information about wildlife crime and endangered species. I am the Editor of Rhino Horn is Not Medicine and Project Pangolin, author of the book Murder, Myths & Medicine, a writer for the environmental news blog Planetsave, the host of Behind the Schemes, and Producer for the upcoming documentary The Price. When I'm not blogging about the illegal wildlife trade, I enjoy gardening, reading, designing, and rocking out to live music.

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  1. This shipment of old ivory and extremely dried out rhino horn, looks like it may have come from a “stockpile somewhere, never seen such dried out rhino horns.