Parts of Endangered Animals Intercepted Via Mail Bound for Fond Du Lac Home

A Fond du Lac home is the focus of a federal investigation into the illegal transporting and possession of endangered and protected animals’ parts. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service documents say a package mailed from Thailand at a Federal Express Center in Alaska was intercepted. Although the box listed tribal clothing an X-ray was taken and the box was inspected. It contained an elephant tail, snouts, skin, toe nails and a tusk. Horns listed in a document as rhinoceros horns turned out to be cow horns. . The package was delivered to a Fond du Lac house it was addressed to, but under controlled delivery. A search warrant was also executed at the home.