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A number of experts were interviewed for their insights into the bird trade during the compilation of the report. Ten of the 16 interviews in Brazil were carried out in collaboration with Freeland Brasil, as part of a documentary film project that, for operational reasons, was subsequently shelved. Freeland Brasil wish it to be made clear that they are in not associated with the contents of this written report, which was compiled only after Freeland’s engagement with the film project had ended.
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