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Skin and Bones Tiger Trafficking Analysis from January 2000–June 2022

Published 2nd November 2022

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No let-up in tiger trafficking as world loses over 100 tigers a year

Authorities worldwide have seized tigers and parts equal to an average of 150 tigers a year over almost 23 years, with seizures in the first half of this year signalling the relentless pursuit of remaining tigers, a new TRAFFIC study revealed today.  

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Skin and Bones: Tiger Trafficking Analysis from January 2000–June 2022

Report author(s):
Ramacandra Wong, Kanitha Krishnasamy

Publication date:
November 2022


Notes:

TRAFFIC’s data work in Southeast Asia, which made this work possible, is funded by TRAFFIC’s zoo partners of the Zoo and Aquarium Association Australasia (ZAA)