Rare Meat

Van Vactor, Alexandra
October 2007
Teen Ink;Oct2007, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p35
The author discusses the global growing problem of poaching, which is the illegal hunting of wildlife. She addresses the extinction of many animals as a result of poaching. She talks about the sale of illegally poached animals in some Asian countries. She emphasizes that wildlife parks and refuges are the most helpful method against poaching.


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