Illegal Wildlife Trade

August 27, 2013 | By

The wildlife trade involves hundreds of millions of individual plants and animals from tens of thousands of species all over the world, but not all of them are legal to own, sell or hunt. The demand for wildlife grows as the human population grows. It is only expected that humans would depend upon natural resources — however, it is important to understand the implications of some actions over others, in order to make the best decisions according to ethics, the law and ecology.

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Illegal Wildlife Trade

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