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Dec012011

Brought to Bear: an Analysis of Seizures across Asia (2000 - 2011)

Document (PDF, 1.1 MB) by Elizabeth A. Burgess, Sarah S. Stoner and Kaitlyn-Elizabeth Foley. (2014) TRAFFIC, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. This report highlights the multiplicity of how bears are being exploited for trade across Asia. The trade encompasses all four endemic species of bears found across Asia and involves more than 17 countries/territories in the region, each with certain preferences for particular bear products.