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    The Illegal Wildlife Trade         Fads come and go. Parachute pants, scrunchies, Beanie Babies, bellbottoms—society desires newness, and very few things stand the test of time to become something more than just a fad. Very few things provide the constant stimulation and intrigue necessary to hold the attention of a society so deeply rooted in fast living and instant gratification. The illegal wildlife trade, however, provides just enough of these things to fly smoothly under the radar while keeping

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    12th, 2014 Research Paper Today, there are more tigers in Texas than the Bay of Bengal. (CNN) This decline of wild tigers is due to the immense illegal trade of wildlife in Asia. The illegal trade of wildlife in Asia is a severe problem to both the continent and the world. This trade has a number of causes which makes it the fourth largest illegal trade industry behind only drugs, weapons, and human trafficking. It has resulted in countless extinctions and has endangered many different species of plants

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    The wild animal trade, more commonly known as the pet trade, has been an increasing occurrence for thousands of years. Through the process of the trade, exotic animals are captured and taken from their natural habitats and are transported long distances to new, frightening, and smaller homes. After the long, stressful process of trade, different species of animals are transported to different destinations worldwide. Some animals are taken to specialist where they will spend their lives in different

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    of an animal. The biggest reason is commercial need of animal body parts and flesh. Illegal international wildlife trade takes place across the globe to match demand and supply and it is estimated to be worth billions of dollars. In this context, International cooperation is necessary to address this menace. What is Poaching and What Are Its Motives? Poaching is the illegal taking of wildlife, in violation of local, state, or international law. Activities that are considered poaching include killing

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    CAPT TANMOY ROY 127 ETF INTRODUCTION 1 Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative. Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems, Deserts, rain forests, plains, and other areas including the most developed urban sites all have distinct forms of wildlife. While the term in popular culture usually

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    cities are getting there. The wildlife that used to live out in the wild are now migrating into urban areas because there are no resources left for them in their original homes. The problem is humans. Humans have taken over the resources, homes, and economies that animals need to survive, so they are forced to come closer and closer to humans. The movement caused by this is creating many problems between humans and the animals that are forced to move. Urban wildlife is beginning to cause damage to

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    to the proper way of conservation.\ Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative. Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems. Deserts, rain forests, plains, and other areas including the most developed urban sites Importance for Wildlife Conservation * Maintains ecological balance

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    undervalued are now becoming an object of close attention of the international community. Such effects are varied and numerous pollution of natural objects including the consumption of natural resources; degradation of natural landscapes, threats to wildlife and habitats, and finally, the consequent loss of biodiversity. For example, the Adriatic coast of Italy was overcome caused by the rapid development of brown algae. Owing to the increasing level of pollution, the attractiveness of such a colossal

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    The United States is home to many different big-game and small-game species of wildlife. The list ranges from the elusive racoon to the prosperous white-tailed deer, and even to the beastly grizzly bear. Since the United States government adopted the concept of conservation, due partly to the great acts of President Theodore Roosevelt, its has been our moral responsibility to protect the game species of America (Belanger). Our country provides a professional and sufficient way to guide conservation

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    Exotic Pets

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    "Global Trade in Exotic Pets 2006-2012." Conservation Biology 28.3 (2014): 663-676. Academic Search Complete. Web. 03 Mar. 2016. This is a scholarly journal article. Emma Bush and Sandra Baker are part of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at the University of Oxford. David McDonald is a zoologist and the director of the research unit mentioned above. The authors report on the global state of the exotic pet trade by using other sources like the Convention on International Trade in Endangered

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