The sting

Heim, Burt
February 1993
Boys' Life;Feb1993, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p8
Reveals that poachers in Alaska have fallen into a trap set by state and Federal wildlife officers over the illegal killing of walrus for their ivory tusks. What the ivory is used for; Description of the sting operation; Number of poachers caught.


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