Monday, February 19, 2007

Animal black market exotic

Hayward said the stolen wind of animals upwards in the trade of pet, the zoos of roadside, or the private collections. Others are employed by multiplying programs.

The money is the reason. Rarest or endangered the species, more is high the price which the animal can seek on the black market.
We look at this type of criminality very similar to the flight of fine arts and antiquities, Hayward known as.

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Jonathan Tran said...

Wow that's really really crazy. I've been taking this biological anthropology class and I've been learning about all the endangered monkeys and stuff. It's weird to think about that. where are all the endangered animals going? Are they beating eaten or are they just kept for display? It's sad that animals are slowly going extinct, but on the other hand to me it's just that humans are taking over fast and animal selection can't handle that. (Except Cockroaches I guess)

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R2K said...

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