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    40 tons of aquatic wildlife products destroyed in Sanya(1/5)

    2018-05-24 13:27:12 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

    Aquatic wildlife and their products, seized in efforts to curb illegal trading in four provinces, are destroyed collectively in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province, May 23, 2018. Authorities destroyed more than 6,000 aquatic wildlife products that weighed about 40 tons and were valued at nearly 100 million yuan ($15 million). (Photo: China News Service/Luo Yunfei)

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