More than 420 million wild animals have been traded in 226 nations over two decades, according to new figures. Researchers say income inequality is driving the trade and suggest high-income countries should pay poorer ones to conserve wildlife. The international trade in animals and plants stands as one of the biggest threats to endangered species. The analysis shows wild animals are mostly moved from low-income countries to rich developed nations.
Origen: Income inequality ‘drives global wildlife trade’ – BBC News
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