Bush Meat, Trafficking Decimate Vietnam

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Dr Scott Roberton, head of Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), said that hunting wild animals for meat and trafficking had been happening in many countries, especially developing ones. Among them, stag and wild boar accounted for around 70 per cent of the consumed meat, followed by turtle, snake, fox and porcupine. Tags: vietnam exotic meats wildlife trafficking bush meat endangered species Sounds just awful. But the problem is the high demand for these products.

Awkward Fostering

4 The Love Of Animals

Especially it is associated with dogs, which may raise kids of other species and even of scary and dangerous representatives of wildlife! In the list of famous step-mothers one might learn about real Angelina Jolie – Labrador Lisha, which does not have any puppies, but has already become fosterer for 30 different animals including a baby hippo and porcupine, and now she takes care of three tiger cubs. guest post wildlife

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