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CSI: Animal Kingdom

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CSI: Animal Kingdom

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CSI: Animal Kingdom

CSI: Animal Kingdom

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Can DNA evidence prove that a walrus was poached? Who is responsible for taking down illegal caviar traffickers? Laurel Neme, author of Animal Investigators, Ken Goddard, a scientist from a national animal forensics lab, and Sal Amato, a special agent with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, talk about busting crimes against non-human species.

Guests:

Laurel Neme, author, Animal Investigators, Burlington, Vt.

Ken Goddard, director, National Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Laboratory, Ashland, Ore.

Sal Amato, senior special agent in charge of the Northeast region, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Law Enforcement, Hadley, Mass.