Why coronavirus could help save China's endangered species

Credit: Terra Daily- Published on February 27, 2020
Paris (AFP) Feb 26, 2020

The novel coronavirus outbreak in China may end up saving one of the world's most trafficked animals after Beijing announced a total ban on the sale and consumption of the pangolin. The scaly mammal - listed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (ICUN) as threatened with extinction - is...
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Published on February 29, 2020 -  02:03
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