Tiger Panthera Tigris © Souvik Kundu / WWF

Reduced to Skin and Bonesre-examined: short analysis

Tiger Panthera Tigris © Souvik Kundu / WWF


Published 29 Tháng chín 2016


New report finds no slowdown in tiger trafficking

Johannesburg, South Africa, 29th September 2016—a new report from TRAFFIC and WWF finds no evidence of a decline in tiger trafficking across Asia, with parts equating to a minimum of 1755 tigers seized between 2000 and 2015—an average of more than two animals per week.

Reduced to Skin and Bones Re-examined: Short analysis

Report author(s):
Sarah Stoner, Kanitha Krishnasamy

Publication date:
September 2016


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