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No. 32

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No.46

"Living Planet: Poachers piggyback on science" (Video Source: DW Environment) http://p.dw.com/p/2dz5a
A new study warns that poachers and animal traffickers are using scientific data published online … to track down rare and endangered species. It found that more than 20 newly discovered creatures had been targeted because their locations had been made public. DW talks to David Lindenmayer, a conservation biologist at the Australian National University.



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