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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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New study reveals scale of persistent illegal Tiger trade

Bangkok, Thailand, 7th March 2013—Parts of more than 1400 Tigers have been seized across Asia in the past 13 years, according to TRAFFIC’s latest analysis of confiscations, which includes new data for 2010-2012.  

Reduced to Skin and Bones Revisited

Report author(s):
Sarah Stoner, Natalia Pervushina

Publication date:
March 2013


Notes:

1 Russia also submitted a report, but not in the appropriate format. 
2 CITES Resolution 12.5 (Rev. CoP15) on the Conservation of and trade in Tigers and other Appendix-I Asian big cat species.


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