Huge Ivory Busts Lead Vietnam To Crack Down On Wildlife Trade

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Huge Ivory Busts Lead Vietnam To Crack Down On Wildlife Trade

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By Brett Davis. Courtesy Forbes Magazine. In recent years Vietnam has garnered global attention as a source and destination for the illegal wildlife trade. Rhino horn, elephant ivory and tiger products are some of the higher profile animals trafficked to, and through, the country. However, other threatened species are also regularly traded and include civets, pangolin anteaters, moon and sun bears, some species of marine turtles and monitor lizards.
 
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