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File AvailableDuncker, L.C.; Goncalves, D. 2017 Community perceptions and attitudes regarding wildlife crime in South Africa. International Journal of Environmental, Chemical, Ecological, Geological and Geophysical Engineering 11 (3): 1-7
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African Rhino Species
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File AvailableTRAFFIC 2017 Thorough investigations needed following major rhino horn seizures in SE Asia. Latest News 3-23-2017: http://www.traffic.org/
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Asia - South East Asia - Thailand
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File AvailableWright, O.T.; Cundill, G.; Biggs, D. 2017 Stakeholder perceptions of legal trade in rhinoceros horn and implications for private reserve management in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Oryx 2017: 1-7
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African Rhino Species
The proposed legalization of international trade in rhinoceros horn is a hotly debated topic. South Africa is home to a large proportion of Africa's black Diceros bicornis and white rhinoceroses Ceratotherium simum populations. Private owners are custodians of c. 25% of the country's rhin...
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File AvailableSouth Africa, Department of Environmental Affairs 2017 Draft regulations for the domestic trade in rhinoceros horn, or part, product or derivative of rhinoceros horn. Pretoria, Environmental Affairs: pp. 1-12
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File AvailableOrtolani, G. 2017 Reducing Asia’s hunger for rhino horn. www.mongabay.com (Mongabay Series: Asian Rhinos) 9 March 2017, pp. 1-7
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Shepherd, C.R.; Gray, T.N.E.; Nijman, V. 2017 Rhinoceros horns in trade on the Myanmar-China border. Oryx 2017 - DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S003060531600168X
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Asia - South East Asia
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The illegal trade in rhinoceros horn, driven largely by the demand from East and South-east Asia, is a major impediment to the conservation of rhinoceroses globally. We surveyed the town of Mong La, in eastern Myanmar on the border with China, for the presence of rhinoceros horn. No rhinoceros ho...
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 2017 Decline in the legal ivory trade in China in anticipation of a ban. London, Save the Elephants, pp. 1-88
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Asia - East Asia - China
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Despite increased awareness, China continues to be the world’s major concern in the consumption of illegal ivory. Media attention and support from international NGOs have drawn attention to the poaching crisis currently facing elephants in Africa; there has been growing involvement and dialogue w...
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Biggs, D.; Cooney, R.; Roe, D.; Dublin, H.T.; Allan, J.R.; Challender, D.W.S.; Skinner, D. 2017 Developing a theory of change for a community-based response to illegal wildlife trade. Conservation Biology 2017: 1-19
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Africa
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African Rhino Species
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File AvailableMacMillan, D.; Bozzola, M.; Hanley, N.; Kasterine, A.; Sheremet, O. 2017 Demand in Viet Nam for rhino horn used in traditional medicine. Geneva, International Trade Centre, pp. 1-84
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File AvailableCrosta, A.; Sutherland, K.; Talerico, C. 2017 Grinding rhino: an undercover investigation on rhino horn trafficking in China and Vietnam. Los Angeles, Elephant Action League, pp. 1-95
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Asia - East Asia
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