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Increasing, the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Bird Markets in Java and Bali Islands

Press Release
03/14/2012

The illegal wildlife trade occurring in a number of bird (animal/pet) markets in Java and Bali Islands has been likely to increase since early 2012. ProFauna Indonesia’s survey conducted in eight bird markets in the islands between January and February 2012 shows an increase in the number and species of animals being traded. In January 2012, there were more than 41 protected animals sold in the markets While in February, the figure increased to 62 individuals. Likewise, the species also increases. There were 12 species in January 2012 and increased to 15 species in February 2012....


Source: Increasing, the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Bird Markets in Java and Bali Islands
Author: ProFauna

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Date: 2012-04-06

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