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Male Slow loris Nycticebus coucang, Malaysia, in demand as exotic pets and observed in adverts on Facebook © Mikaail Kavanagh / WWF

Groupes Facebook nouveaux marchés du commerce de la faune en Malaisie

Male Slow loris Nycticebus coucang, Malaysia, in demand as exotic pets and observed in adverts on Facebook © Mikaail Kavanagh / WWF

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Published 03 mars 2016

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Groupes Facebook: nouveaux marchés du commerce de la faune en Malaisie

Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie 3 Mars 2016- Selon un nouveau rapport de TRAFFIC, Les Malaisiens se tournent vers Facebook comme un marché de la faune, pour contourner le commerce souvent illégal d'animaux emblématiques et menacés.

A rapid assessment on the use of Facebook to trade wildlife in Peninsular Malaysia

Report author(s):
Kanitha Krishnasamy, Sarah Stoner

Publication date:
March 2016


Notes:

The Trading Faces: A Rapid Assessment on the use of Facebook to Trade Wildlife in Peninsular Malaysia report was produced with the support of WWF-Netherlands.


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