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Wildlife trade poses health threats to humans, but Chinese wildlife farms are profiting

By Anrike Visser, Dalla Lana Global Journalism Fellow, University of Toronto
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In China, the wildlife trade is thriving, driven by the increased demands for luxury goods and traditional medicine. But there is real concern about the threat of diseases that can cross over to humans.The Conversation

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