クアラルンプールでセンザンコウの大量押収、世界で最も密売される哺乳類の保護を緊急に強化する必要あり

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Mai 8, 2017
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マレーシア当局は今日、国内で過去最大の700キログラム以上、200万ドル以上相当のセンザンコウのウロコを押収したと発表しました。このウロコの量は、約1,400頭のセンザンコウの補殺を意味すると言われています。2016年9月にCITESの附属書Ⅰによってセンザンコウ全8種の保護を実現するために辛抱強く取り組んできた20団体を超える連合のリーダーとして、また米国の絶滅危惧種法にセンザンコウの掲載を求める請願書を作成した一人として、国際動物福祉基金(IFAW)のキャンペーン次長、マーク・ホフバーグは以下の声明を発表しました。

「この世界で最も密売されている哺乳類の押収は、今回のような押収が最近続いていることからも、センザンコウの保護強化が切実に必要とされていることを示す良い例です。アフリカの供給国からアジアの消費国に向かう途中で押収されるセンザンコウのウロコの量は毎月新記録を更新しているように思えるほどで、こうした押収は膨大な数のセンザンコウが密猟されていることを示しています。密猟と国際取引の急増が続いているのは、センザンコウのウロコの市場価格がここ数年高騰したためです。

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米ワシントンD.C.
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Mai 16, 2017
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UWA, Conservation Partners Engage Judicial Officers to Raise Profile of Wildlife

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Entebbe, Uganda
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