The Lion’s Share – EIA Briefing

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A briefing on how South Africa’s trade in lion bone is driving consumer demand for tiger parts and products.

Asia’s massive unchecked demand for skins, bones, teeth and claws continues to drive poaching of wild tigers. This demand is exacerbated by the supply of huge volumes of African lion bone, teeth and claws, sold as tiger parts to less-discerning consumers in Asia.”

Download (PDF) The Lion’s Share – Environmental Investigation Agency, published 14 July 2017

The Lion's Share


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