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Conservationists Say Tiger, Rhinoceros Threatened by Illegal Hunting

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Conservationists say new strategies must be devised to protect animals, such as the rhinoceros and tiger, from extinction.  Hundreds of delegates who attended a meeting by CITES, the Convention on International Trade In Endangered Species, are urging tougher police action to stop the lucrative illegal trade in endangered species.


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