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Bengal tiger Panthera tigris tigris) in the Kanha National Park, India © Sanskar Khedekar

Reduced to Skin and Bones: revisited

Bengal tiger Panthera tigris tigris) in the Kanha National Park, India © Sanskar Khedekar

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Published 7th March 2013

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研究显示:非法老虎贸易屡禁不止

泰国曼谷,2013年3月8日——国际野生物贸易研究组织(TRAFFIC)昨日公布的老虎贸易案件分析显示,过去13年内全亚洲共查获了1,400多头老虎的虎制品,其中包括2010至2012年间的最新数据。

Reduced to skin and bones revisited

Report author(s):
Sarah Stoner, Natalia Pervushina

Publication date:
March 2013


Notes:

1 俄罗斯也已经提交报告,但报告格式不符合规定。
2 CITES决议 12.5 (Rev. CoP15) ,关于“老虎以及其他附录一中亚洲大猫种群的保护及贸易”(Conservation of and trade in Tigers and other Appendix-I Asian big cat species)


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