BANGKOK, Thailand Banning the trade in endangered
wildlife can actually result in increased trade in the animals and
their parts, a report published Thursday said.
The finding, reported in the journal Nature, is likely to fuel
debate among conservationists who disagree over how to best curb
the trade in endangered species.
Signatories to the Convention on International Trade in
Endangered Species or CITES are due to gather in the Hague starting
June 3 to consider revising ...
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