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Observations of the illegal Pangolin Trade in Lao PDR

Document (PDF 4MB) by Lalita Gomez, Boyd T C leupen and Sarah Heinrich. (September 2016). TRAFFIC.
Selangor, Malaysia. ISBN no 978-983-3393-54-1
. This report explores Lao PDR’s role in the illegal pangolin trade and discusses the findings of two market surveys, conducted in several locations as well as the outcomes of an analysis of pangolin seizures that involved Lao PDR as either an origin, transit, seizure or destination country.