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Jul102017

Reduced To Skin And Bones Re-Examined: Full Analysis: An analysis of Tiger seizures from 13 range countries from 2000-2015

Document (PDF: 4MB) by Sarah Stoner, Kanitha Krishnasamy, Talia Wittmann, Steven Delean and Philip Cassey (November 2016). TRAFFIC. Selangor, Malaysia. A comprehensive analysis of 16 years of Tiger seizures shows that Asia’s failure to ramp up enforcement, close Tiger farms, strengthen laws and reduce demand are to blame for the persistent illegal trade in Tiger parts.