January 2013
Journal of Animal Law;2013, Vol. 9, p141
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the population decrease of tigers and how to prevent them through international cooperation. It says that tigers will become extinct in 12 years due to the high demand for tiger bone in traditional medicines particularly in Chinese medicines. It mentions that many international agreements and organizations are created including Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, Convention on Biological Diversity, and the World Wildlife Fund.


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