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Monday, 15 March 2010


Help the tigers! -Save the tigers!

Tiger decline is 'sign of world's failure'

There are now considerably more tigers in captivity than in the wild

Governments need to crack down on illegal tiger trading if the big cats are to be saved, the UN has warned.

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) meeting in Doha, Qatar heard that tiger numbers are continuing to fall.
Organised crime rings are playing an increasing part in illegal trading of tiger parts, CITES says, as they are with bears, rhinos and elephants.
Interpol is working with CITES to track and curb the international trade.

We hope they will succeed in fighting illegal trade of all animals, otherwise the balance of nature will continue to be put at risk and this will be a serious  problem for humanity. Don't you think so?
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