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In South Africa, Poachers Now Traffic in Tiny Succulent Plants

Por: The New York Times World July 31, 2021

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STEINKOPF, South Africa — On a moonless night in the desert in the far west of South Africa, Avrill Kaffer had just finished making a sale when vehicles with flashing lights emerged out of the darkness and an officer from the Stock Theft and Endangered Species Unit leapt from behind a nearby bush, ordering him to the ground.By the time Mr. Kaffer realized he had been set up, he was already in handcuffs. As he looked on, police officers... + full article



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