Asia: Keeping Exotic Wildlife Off Dinner Plates and in the Wild

Authors: 
Macan-Markar, M.
Document Type: 
media
Citation: 
Macan-Markar, Marwaan. Asia: Keeping Exotic Wildlife Off Dinner Plates and in the Wild. Global Information Network July 6, 2006 via WildAid http://www.wildaid.org/index.asp?CID=8&PID=331&SUBID=&TERID=257
Ref ID: 
6216
Ref User: 
admin
Ref Type: 
Newspaper Article
Year Published: 
2006
Sec Title: 
Global Information Network
Date Input: 
11/12/2006 3:00
Availability: 
website link
Language: 
English
Country: 
Thailand
Url: 
http://www.wildaid.org/index.asp?CID=8&PID=331&SUBID=&TERID=257
Date Modified: 
11/12/2006 3:00
Modified by: 
admin
Last Post: 
11/12/2006 3:00
Bushmeat Asian Type: 
wildlife trade
Keywords: 
reptile; enforcement; food; United States; China; Thailand; ASEAN; pangolins; medicine
Abstract: 
Authorities in Southeast Asia have recently broken up three attempts to smuggle out rare reptiles and mammals intended for East Asian diners who hunger for exotic dishes. In Singapore, a well-known hub of the Asian illegal wildlife trade...
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