ILLEGAL TRADE IN WILDLIFE, Horace O. Williams and Viktor T. Grante (Nova Science, 2009)
Global trade in illegal wildlife is a growing illicit economy. It is estimated to be worth at least $5 billion and potentially in excess of $20 billion annually. Some of the most lucrative illicit wildlife commodities include tiger parts, caviar, elephant ivory, rhino horn, and exotic birds and reptiles. Demand for illegally obtained wildlife is pervasive, and some suspect that illicit demand is growing. This book presents important information defining the issues and pointing to solutions.
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