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More Chinese push to end wildlife markets as coronavirus outbreak grows

Media coverage of China's wildlife markets sends the message that they’re hugely popular. In reality, many Chinese can’t relate.
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In the belly of the beast: journalist delves into wildlife trafficking

Ivory, pangolin scales, bear bile: Rachel Nuwer, author of the new book “Poached,” saw it all as she trekked from rainforests to posh restaurants on the trail of wildlife traffickers.
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Peter Dykstra: October’s Three Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Last month, three pieces of news hit us, and our environment, upside the head.

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