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Indonesian authorities have seized more than 100 pangolins, all of them alive, an official said Wednesday, in a haul of the critically endangered species that conservationists estimate to be worth about $1.5 million.Pangolins – docile animals with a thick armor – are indigenous to parts of Southeast Asia and Africa and are the world's most trafficked mammal.Two men, aged 22 and 25, were arrested after they confessed they were paid money to transport the pangolins to Malaysia.
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