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Injury, damage To Health & Cruel Treatment


Injury, Damage To Health & Cruel Treatment


ISBN: 978-1519300164  56 pages 32 b/w photographs.   
R.R.P £4.99
Book contains distressing & graphic photos of dead and suffering animals.

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This revised and edited report, originally published in 1985 and presented to the CITES conference in Buenos Aires by the author, was the culmination of three years research into the sickening trade in wildlife and the transport conditions they had to suffer to reach Europe and the USA for the pet trade and research. Has a foreword by Sir Peter Scott. Not suitable for young readers. An

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