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Nigeria seeks transnational help to disrupt a still-brisk pangolin trade

By September 6, 2021Wildlife Crime, Wildlife Trade

Pangolin for sale at a market in Íjẹ̀bú Ode, Nigeria: weak enforcement means pangolins are commonly hunted and sold in Nigeria, but large shipments of scales and other parts seized by customs officials are believed to come from animals killed in neighbouring countries. Image: As originally published by Mongabay.

Ini Ekott, Mongabay | September 2, 2021