Customs Hong Kong finds 7200 Kilos of Elephant Tusks
Customs Hong Kong finds 7200 Kilos of Elephant Tusks. Customs in Hong Kong have made the largest catch of ivory in thirty years in a warehouse in the port.
It concerns 7200 kilos of killers, representing a return of elephants tusks valued at more than $9 million. The ivory sat hidden between frozen fish in a container.
The container was from Malaysia. The fighting teeth are, according to nature conservationists, derived from about 720 elephants.