There are certain places in the world where wildlife trade is particularly threatening or where targeted action would be particularly worthwhile. These places are sometimes called ‘wildlife trade hotspots’ and include, for example, China’s international borders and the eastern borders of the European Union. While these hotspots might be trouble areas at present, they also offer opportunities for great conservation success, if action and funds are well-focused.
Most of South Eastern Asia has this problem right. I think that we need to work to stop this trade from happening however we can. Like you said its going to take well-focused action and funds.
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