Saturday, July 11, 2020

How Wildlife Is Trafficked by Air in and Out of India

Wildlife traffickers routinely use the gaps in the rapidly expanding air transport sector to smuggle endangered and exotic live animals, plants, and their parts. Wildlife trade poses the second-biggest direct threat to the survival of species after habitat destruction. “India’s fast-growing air transport sector can pose a major problem,” said Saket Badola, head of the India office of TRAFFIC, a global wildlife trade monitoring network.
Mahima A Jain writes how wildlife is Trafficked by air >>
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