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Ex-detectives team up with scientists to save world's most-trafficked mammal

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Foresnsic fingerprinting techniques will be used in the battle against illegal wildlife trade as new methods of lifting fingermarks from trafficked animals are discovered.

Period6 Jul 2018 → 17 Jul 2018

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TitlePangolin protection
Media name/outletBBC Newsround
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date17/07/18
DescriptionResearch has resulted in fingerprints being able to be taken of poachers of pangolins, one of the planet's most endangered animals
URLhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/44846686
PersonsJac Reed, Paul Smith
TitleEx-detectives team up with scientists to save world's most-trafficked mammal
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletPolice Oracle
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date6/07/18
DescriptionForesnsic fingerprinting techniques will be used in the battle against illegal wildlife trade as new methods of lifting fingermarks from trafficked animals are discovered.
Producer/AuthorSophie Garrod
URLhttps://www.policeoracle.com/news/police_it_and_technology/2018/Jul/06/Ex-detectives-team-up-with-scientists-to-save-worlds-most-trafficked-mammal_98188.html
PersonsPaul Smith, Jac Reed

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