China banned trading in tiger parts since 1993, and Dr Brendan Moyle, “senior lecturer at Massey University,” says that one of the solutions to prevent extinction is to allow the farms to trade tigher parts, which can “make poaching unprofitable.” From Nzherald.co.nz:
China needs to lift the ban on the sale of tiger parts if it wants to stop poaching and prevent extinction, a New Zealand tiger expert says.
At the risk of horrifying conservationists, Dr Brendan Moyle, senior lecturer at Massey University, believes the Chinese Government should allow tiger farms to trade tiger parts, so poachers are unable to sell them on the black market, helping to prevent extinction….[Full Text]
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