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Tigers in South Africa: a farming industry exists – often for their body parts

By Neil D’Cruze, Global Head of Wildlife Research, World Animal Protection, and Visiting Researcher, Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), University of Oxford
Angie Elwin, Wildlife Research Manager at World Animal Protection and Visiting Research Fellow, University of Reading
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Tigers exist in South Africa because they’re being intensively farmed for commercial trade in live individuals or their body parts.The Conversation

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