2018 CVM News: Osofsky on Chinese rhino and tiger bone reversal could spell doom for species
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This news item is about: China has announced it will legalize domestic use of tiger bone and rhino horn – reversing a 25-year-old ban. Steven Osofsky, the Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health and Health Policy at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and director of the Wildlife Health Cornell Center of Excellence, explains how this decision could be the last straw for these icons of wild nature due to market demand being filled by poaching.
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