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Flawed Indonesian captive breeding plan facilitates wildlife laundering

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A new study has questioned the validity of Indonesia’s  plan that allowed breeders to produce over four million animals in captivity for trade in 2016.


The plan includes mammals,reptiles  and  amphibians .For 2016, the Plan applied to 13 captive breeding facilities and produced  4,273,029 animals.


A study questions this and believes that some of these were taken from the wild.


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