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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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Caged in the city

With 48 threatened bird species, and the highest number of breeding endemic bird species (11) in mainland Southeast Asia, Viet Nam is a global conservation priority. Many of these threatened species are hunted unsustainably for wildlife trade.

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2017
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The shark and ray trade in Singapore

Singapore is known to play a major role in the global trade and consumption in shark and ray parts, though a country-specific analysis has not been conducted recently.

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2017
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Songsters of Singapore : an overview of the bird species in Singapore pet shops

Singapore has a long history of involvement in the bird trade. To understand further the bird trade industry in Singapore, TRAFFIC undertook a rapid assessment of the open bird trade in Singapore’s pet shops.

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2017
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Briefing document : reduced to skin and bones re-examined

Illegal trade and the trafficking of Tiger Panthera tigris, as well as their parts, products and derivatives, and the poaching which supplies it, is the most immediate threat to the survival of wild tigers. This briefing document highlights top-line findings from the detailed analysis over the 16

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2016
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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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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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Apes in demand for zoo and wildlife attractions in Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand

This report investigates the species, numbers and sources of apes held in zoos and wildlife attractions in Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand and responds to concerns over the global high demand for apes, especially juveniles, for display in zoos and wildlife facilities, and the illegal removal of

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2016
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Going Dutch : an analysis of the import of live animals from Indonesia by the Netherlands

The aim of this study was to gain insights into the import-export relationships between Indonesia and the Netherlands by studying the trade in live animals from 2003 to 2013. The true dynamics of the trade between both countries are relatively poorly understood.

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2016
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An assessment of trade in bear bile and gall bladder in Viet Nam

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2016
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Reduced to skin and bones re-examined : full analysis

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2016
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Observations of the helmeted hornbill trade in Lao PDR

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2016
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Observations of the illegal pangolin trade in Lao PDR

Pangolins are the most heavily trafficked mammal in the world.

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2016
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Reduced to skin and bones re-examined

Illegal trade and the trafficking of Tiger Panthera tigris, as well as their parts, products and derivatives, and the poaching which supplies it, is the most immediate threat to the survival of wild tigers. This briefing document highlights top-line findings from the detailed analysis over the 16

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2016
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In transition : Bangkok's ivory market

This report provides a summary overview of Bangkok’s ivory marketplace, and provides comparisons with TRAFFIC’s previous market surveys in 2013 and early 2014.

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2016
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The trade in tokay geckos Gekko gecko in South-east Asia : with a case study on novel medicinal claims in peninsular Malaysia

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2013
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Pills, powders, vials and flakes : the bear bile trade in Asia

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2011
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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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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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A pictoral guide for quick identification of some wild animals protected by Vietnamese laws and CITES

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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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An overview of the use of plants and animals in traditional medicine systems in Viet Nam

Traditional medicine in Viet Nam comprises two forms - Traditional Vietnamese Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Both are thousands of years old.

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2008
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An overview of the use and trade of plants and animals in traditional medicine systems in Cambodia

This published document consists of two separate reports produced between 2005 and 2007. These reports have been maintained as separate reports in order to maintain their respective integrities as source documents.

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2008
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Trade in natural resources in Attapeu Province, Lao PDR : an assessment of the wildlife trade

Includes information on 1230 species of reptile, 433 species of mammal and 1212 species of bird taken by just two villages, often for food.

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2006
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Trade in natural resources in Stung Treng Province, Cambodia : an assessment of the wildlife trade

Report documenting use and trade of wildlife, including for meat. Interviewees in one village reported eating wild meat “about once or twice a month”.

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2006
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The trade of the Roti Island snake-necked turtle Chelodina mccordi, Indonesia

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2005
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Hanging in the balance : an assessment of trade in ourang-utans and gibbons in Kalimantan, Indonesia

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2005
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In full swing : an assessment of trade in ourang-utans and gibbons on Java and Bali, Indonesia

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2005
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Open season : an analysis of the pet trade in Medan, Sumatra 1997-2001

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2004
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Against the grain : trade in musk deer products in Singapore and Malaysia

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2004
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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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Nowhere to hide : the trade in Sumatran tiger

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2004
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Tortoise and freshwater turtle trade and utilisation in peninsular Malaysia

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1999
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Fishing for solutions : can the live trade in wild groupers and wrasses from Southeast Asia be managed?

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1999
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Fin, feather, scale and skin : observations on the wildlife trade in Lao PDR and Vietnam

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1997
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Shark fisheries and the trade in sharks and shark products of Southeast Asia

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1996
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Investigations into tortoise and freshwater turtle trade in Vietnam

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1995
IUCN Grey Literature

Investigations into tortoise and freshwater turtle trade in Vietnam

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1994
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Guidance on the accession of Lao PDR to CITES and other conservation treaties

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1993