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China’s Mixed Messages on the Global Trade in Endangered-Animal Parts
China, After Outcry, Reinstates Ban on Rhino and Tiger Parts in Medicine
China Reverses Ban on Rhino and Tiger Parts in Medicine, Worrying Activists
China Legalizes Rhino Horn and Tiger Bone for Medical Purposes
China Suspends Its Relaxation of Wildlife-Trade Ban
China Makes a U-turn on Legalizing Tiger and Rhino Trade Following International Outcry
China Postpones on Allowing Tiger Bone, Rhino Horn Trading
China Temporarily Restores Ban on Rhino, Tiger Products After Uproar
Facing Global Outcry, China Decides Not To Legalize Rhino Horn And Tiger Bone
Chinese Taste For Fish Bladder Threatens Tiny Porpoise In Mexico
America’s shockingly huge tiger population is finally getting more oversight
Vietnam, the Biggest Hub for Rhino Horn Trafficking, has Done Little to Stop it
Saving the Last Vaquitas
DNA Tracking Of Ivory Helps Biologists Find Poaching Hotspots
Rhino Horn Can Be Traded in South Africa, Court Rules
Appalled by the Illegal Trade in Elephant Ivory, a Biologist Decided to Make His Own
South African Court Ends Ban on Sale of Rhinoceros Horns
Step Away From the Lion
The Hard Truth About the Rhino Horn “Aphrodisiac” Market
The Eight Rules of Booking a Wildlife Vacation
UN Adopts Resolution to Combat Illegal Wildlife Trafficking
Icelandic Whaling: Conservationists Split Over Efficacy of Obama’s Sanctions, E.U. Protest
The World Votes to Keep Rhino Horn Sales Illegal
U.S. Targets Ivory Trade With One-Ton Crush in Times Square
The Fight To Save the Elephants
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Government Cracks Down on America’s Tiger Petting Zoos and Breeding Facilities
US Strengthens Protections for Captive Tigers
'Iconic' Elephant, Satao, Killed by Poachers in Kenya
Japan Halts Whaling Program in Response to International Court Ruling
US government cracks down on letting zoo visitors play with lion and tiger cubs
U.S. Urged to Regulate 'Backyard Tigers'
U.N. Strikes Back Against Illegal Wildlife Trafficking
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