China Reverses 25-Year Ban on Rhino Horn, Tiger Bone Trade

(From UPI)

The Financial Times reported the decision, made public on Monday, would permit the use of endangered species’ parts for medical and scientific use. . . .

“It is deeply concerning that China has reversed its 25-year-old tiger bone and rhino horn ban, allowing a trade that will have devastating consequences globally,” said WWF’s [World Wildlife Fund] wildlife practice leader Margaret Kinnaird on Monday, according to the South China Morning Post.

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