The Great Timber Rush

Bangkok Post: Treasure hunters have a romantic reputation. The popular perception is of Spanish doubloons, Ming Dynasty china or stolen gold bullion hidden beneath the sands of a tropical island or deep beneath the ocean. Boats negotiate the waterways of Sabah state in search of sunken logs that can fetch between US$1,000 and $3,000 each. However, buccaneers are increasingly hunting for a treasure with a modern-day difference -- timber. If the economics are right, the returns can be great. More recently......

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