Study unveils illegal pangolin trading hotspots in Africa and Asia

Study unveils illegal pangolin trading hotspots in Africa and Asia

11/01/24

Environews reports that "A major milestone may have been recorded in the fight to curb the trafficking of pangolins in Nigeria and Africa at large".

This follows the release of the findings of a seven year research project which, among others, revealed the hotspot and trading routes of traffickers of the endangered species across Africa and Asia.

To read the full artice, click the link below:

https://www.environewsnigeria.com/study-unveils-illegal-pangolin-trading-hotspots-in-africa-asia/

 

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