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'Folk' medicine's wildlife traffickers go social

Friday, December 15, 2017 - 02:20

So-called ''traditional'' medicines represent an outsized proportion of wildlife smuggling, some 42 percent in the European Union alone. But as Reuters' Matthew Larotonda explains, old black market channels are starting to take a back seat to social media.

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So-called "traditional" medicines represent an outsized proportion of wildlife smuggling, some 42 percent in the European Union alone. But as Reuters' Matthew Larotonda explains, old black market channels are starting to take a back seat to social media.

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'Folk' medicine's wildlife traffickers go social

Friday, December 15, 2017 - 02:20