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Shenzhen authorities intercept clam shell products
Date:2017-09-19 Readers:


Shenzhen - Customs authorities in the southern metropolis of Shenzhen have intercepted more than 7,000 beads made of the shells of an endangered clam species.


A suspect was caught in August with 7,319 bead-shaped objects in a suitcase at Luohu Port in Guangdong Province.

According to customs, the beads, weighing a total of 18.2 kg, were made of the shells of Tridacnidae, a giant clam listed as a Class I state-protected animal in China.


According to Chinese law, passengers are prohibited from mailing and carrying wildlife and related products unless they have government-approved certificates.


The case has been transferred to the anti-smuggling department of the customs.


Source:China daily.com


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