The war over wildlife

Alba, J.R.
October 1988
Outdoor Life;Oct88, Vol. 182 Issue 4, p66
Discusses how law officers are using the latest technologies and techniques in the increasingly violent and sophisticated battle against poachers. Outlines how several countries worldwide deal with poachers.


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