Malaysian authorities have seized a container of African elephant tusks, pangolin scales and other wildlife skulls and bones estimated to be worth 80 million Malaysian ringgit (about N$ 300m) – their biggest seizure to date. Al Jazeera reports that the haul included 6,000kg of elephant tusks, 100kg of pangolin scales, 25kg of rhino horns and 300kg of animal parts including bones and horns on a ship that had been on its way from Africa via Abu Dhabi. Officials did not give further details and it was unclear if the container was meant to be shipped to other parts of Asia.