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The Taiwanese connection—a New Peril for Rhinos

  • Esmond Bradley Martin (a1) and Chryssee Bradley Martin (a1)

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In 1985 Taiwan responded to widespread concern about its role in the international rhinoceros trade by banning imports and exports of all rhinoceros products. It is disheartening and alarming that, three years later, the trade still thrives and little has been done to enforce the new law. The authors describe the situation in Taiwan, discuss the implications for the world's last rhinoceros populations and recommend what action should be taken.

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Martin, E. and Vigne, L. 1987. Recent developments in the rhino horn trade. Traffic Bulletin, 9, 4953.
Boydell, M. 1988. South Africa luring Taiwan investors, Trade Winds (Taipei), No. 653, 2728.
Martin, E.B. (in press). The illegal killing of Sumatran rhinos and the trade in their products in Western Borneo.

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The Taiwanese connection—a New Peril for Rhinos

  • Esmond Bradley Martin (a1) and Chryssee Bradley Martin (a1)

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