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Wildlife crime assessment in Ethiopia

The main purpose of this wildlife crime assessment is to provide information on the current trends and drivers of wildlife crime in Ethiopia, get insights into existing local criminal networks, evaluate how the country serves as a transit route for the contraband and, assess the strengths and wea

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2017
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Scaly nexus

Indonesia is home to one species of pangolin, the Sunda Pangolin Manis javanica, which can be found from Sumatra, Java and adjacent islands to Kalimantan. While little is known about the population of pangolins in Indonesia, it is likely that current trade and hunting levels are unsustainable.

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2017
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The global trafficking of pangolins

Pangolins are currently the most heavily trafficked wild mammals in the world. In this report, the illegal pangolin trade from 2010–2015 was investigated, focusing on the global trade routes used to traffic pangolins and their derivatives.

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2017
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Pendants, powder and pathways

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2017
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Ivory markets in Central Africa

Central Africa has been identified as one of the main sources of illegal ivory fueling unregulated domestic ivory trade throughout West and Central Africa and overseas destinations, especially Asia, in recent years.

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2017
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Le marché de l'ivoire d'elephant a Kinshasa, RD Congo : 2015-2016

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2017
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Malaysia's invisible ivory channel

Malaysia is the world’s paramount illicit ivory transit country.

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2016
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Timber island : the rosewood and ebony trade of Madagascar

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2016
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In the market for extinction

This report illustrates the large scale of the bird trade documented through a complete inventory of five major markets in eastern and central Java (Bratang, Kupang, Turi (Surabaya); Malang and Yogyakarta) and follows on from a similar inventory carried out in Jakarta in 2014, which documented a

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2016
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Trading faces

The rapid growth and widespread use of social media has allowed these new platforms to facilitate wildlife trade, both legal and illegal. With this in mind, TRAFFIC undertook a rapid assessment to monitor wildlife trade occurring on 14 Facebook groups in Peninsular Malaysia, conducted over approx

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2016
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Illegal otter trade : an analysis of seizures in selected Asian countries (1980-2015)

This study is focused on four otter species in Asia; the Eurasian Otter Lutra lutra, the Hairy-nosed Otter Lutra sumatrana, the Small-clawed Otter Aonyx cinereus and the Smooth-coated Otter Lutrogale perspicillata.

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2016
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Humphead (Napoleon) wrasse Cheilinus undulatus trade into and through Hong Kong

The Humphead Wrasse Cheilinus undulatus is a naturally rare coral reef fish species.

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2016
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Wildlife protection and trafficking assessment in Kenya

This report examines wildlife crime in Kenya and its linkages to illegal wildlife trade dynamics in the East African region.

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2016
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Pills, powders, vials and flakes : the bear bile trade in Asia

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2011
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Saiga Antelope trade: global trends with a focus on South-East Asia

The aim of this project, which was commissioned by the CITES Secretariat, was to compile up-to-date information on current trade in Saiga products and derivatives, focusing on some key areas.

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2010
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Conservation status and impact of trade on the Oriental Rat Snake Ptyas mucosa in Java, Indonesia

The Oriental Rat Snake Ptyas mucosa has been used in the international skin trade since the early 20th century.

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2010
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The state of wildlife trade in China : information on the trade in wild animals and plants in China in 2008

This report is the third in an annual series on emerging trends in China’s wildlife trade. that aim to highlight wildlife trade trends in threatened and at-risk wildlife, with an emphasis on the impact of China’s trade on globally important biodiversity “hotspots”.

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2010
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Wildlife trade from ASEAN to the EU : issues with the trade in captive-bred reptiles from Indonesia

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2009
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Proceedings of the Workshop on Trade and Conservation of Pangolins Native to South and Southeast Asia, 30 June-2 July 2008, Singapore Zoo, Singapore

The key objective of this Workshop was to gather a ‘steering group’ of government departments, non-government organizations (NGOs) and research institutions in Southeast Asia to raise awareness of the magnitude of the pangolin trade and discuss how to combat the illegal trade.

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2009
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Status, trade dynamics and management of the Southeast Asian Box Turtle in Indonesia

TRAFFIC Southeast Asia identified the Southeast Asian Box Turtle as a heavily traded species to be used as a case study for science-based management, which could serve as a model for other CITES Appendix II species in trade.

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2009
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An assessment of trade in gibbons and orang-utans in Sumatra, Indonesia

This report presents an assessment of the trade in gibbons and orang-utans in Sumatra, Indonesia, including the islands off Sumatra’s west coast (most notably, the Mentawai Islands).

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2009
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Review of trade in merbau from major range states

Reports from non-governmental organizations have raised concerns about the scale of illegal trade in merbau, a timber from nine species in the genus Intsia and there is concern over the sustainability of harvests from natural merbau populations.

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2009
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An assessment of the marine turtle products trade in Viet Nam

Shortly after the 2002 conclusion of the TRAFFIC surveys the Viet Nam Government prohibited the use and exploitation of wild marine turtles with Government Decree 48/2002/ND-CP.

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2009
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The elephant and ivory trade in Thailand

Since 1997, TRAFFIC has been carrying out country surveys of trade in ivory and, in some cases, live elephants.

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2009
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An assessment of the illegal ivory trade in Viet Nam

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2008
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Science in CITES : the biology and ecology of the Southeast Asian Box Turtle and its uses and trade in Malaysia

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2008
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Trading nature : a report, with case studies, on the contribution of wildlife trade management to sustainable livelihoods and the Millennium Development Goals

There is growing awareness of the social significance of wild resources, the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MA) making a clear link between biodiversity, ecosystem services and human well-being.

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2007
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'Night time spinach': conservation and livelihood implications of wild meat use in refugee situations in north-western Tanzania

The implications of unsustainable wild meat exploitation for wildlife management and livelihoods in the refugee hosting areas of north-west Tanzania are rarely acknowledged by all the relevant stakeholders.

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2007
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Framing the picture : an assessment of ramin trade in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore

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2004
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Food for thought : the utilization of wild meat in eastern and southern Africa

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2000
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Wildlife trade : a handbook for enforcement staff

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1998
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The feasibility of using canines to detect wildlife contraband

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1998
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Hard times for hardwood : indigenous timber and the timber trade in Kenya

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1994