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Dec012012

Illuminating the blind spot: A Study on Illegal Trade in Leopard Parts in India (2001-2010)

Document  (PDF, 3.3 MB). 38pp. ISBN 978-1-85850-254-0. (2012). TRAFFIC India. A study on the illegal trade in Leopard parts in India with an aim to provide, firstly, indicators of the severity of the trade in Leopard parts in India, and secondly, to identify regions where effective and enhanced enforcement measures will help to have a significant impact in curbing this trade.