Tibetan antelope skulls seized

Chinese police seized 171 endangered Tibetan antelope skulls in a raid on an "underground processing plant" in Lhasa, Xinhua reported on Tuesday.
The forestry police also seized the skulls of 14 of wild yaks and 40 white-lipped deer, the report said.
The animals are all "protected as first level endangered species in China," added the report.
The 53-year-old owner of the plant, identified only by his surname Li, has been taken into custody.