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After a Chinese delegate admitted that Beijing allows a trade in skins from captive tigers at a CITES meeting in Geneva last week—saying
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Following a million-strong breakout from a Jiangsu cockroach farm in August, The Los Angeles Times’ Barbara Demick reports that farms
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