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Illegal Wildlife Trade Is Putting Protected Species at Risk

News   Aug 20, 2020 | Original story from Pensoft Publishers

 
Illegal Wildlife Trade Is Putting Protected Species at Risk

Slow loris, bats and squirrels (right) offered at a food market in Laos. Credit: C.L. Ebert, reproduced under Creative Commons Licence By 4.0.

 
 
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