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RE: Wearing and eating monitor lizards

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Posted by: elidogs at Tue Feb 28 10:06:57 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by elidogs ]  
   

"Please do tell how they're going to properly farm bengalensis, niloticus, salvator (among others) for the skin/meat trade. It's not nearly as easy as farming Alligators; I can tell you that.

Conservation by commercialization has been pitched for years but it DOESN'T work for everything."

I never said it would be easy. Monitors are not as easy to keep as alligator I would agree on that.

At the same time don't you think its true that these environmental groups are actually making it worse by making the products illegal? People in third world countries do not care about the latest socialist propoganda from Europe and North America.

It makes one wonder do these environmentalist groups as a whole acutally care about the animals they want to save? Or do they care more about conrtolling people, getting money etc? I mean why do they embrace failed policies over and over?


   

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