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Inside the secret, million-dollar world of baby eel trafficking

from CBC

In the parking lot of an Irving gas station in Aulac, New Brunswick, not far from the Nova Scotia border, Curtis Kiley popped the trunk of a Toyota Corolla. Inside was a white bucket containing what looked like a giant hairball, the type that might be pulled from a bathtub drain. This was just an initial sample Kiley had brought to show a prospective black-market buyer, a woman he knew only through text message as "Danielle." He was ultimately hoping to unload up to 300 kilograms of the tiny creatures, a huge haul worth $1.3 million on the open market, but one he was offering at a steep discount. Moments later, Kiley's world turned from dollar signs to handcuffs. more


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