12 Aug '11, 7pm

China Considers Allowing Trophy Hunting of Protected Species:

China Considers Allowing Trophy Hunting of Protected Species:

quoted Jia Jingbo, dean of the College of Wildlife Resource, Northeast Forestry University, as saying that “limited hunting will contribute to wildlife conservation as the revenue generated from legal hunting can be used for animal protection work and boost the local economy and benefit residents’ livelihoods.”

Full article: http://planetsave.com/2011/08/12/china-considers-allowing...

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