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Four traffickers have been arrested for trafficking in ivory tusk, pangolin, and chimpanzee.
They were arrested during a crackdown operation carried out by wildlife officials of the Dja & Lobo Divisional Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife, in collaboration with the Police and with the technical assistance of The Last Great Ape Organisation also known as LAGA.
One of the traffickers, a tire technician, was arrested with five elephant tusks including tusks from juvenile elephants.
According to a source close to the case who spoke on condition of anonymity, the suspects belong to a wildlife trafficking ring and use their business places as a cover to trade in wildlife animals including apes, primates, pangolins and elephant tusks.
The source further declared that the suspects use their business places as a cover to trade in wildlife species including elephant, pangolin, and chimpanzee.