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Allain Bougrain Dubourg added: “While the global scientific community is warning of mass species extinction, our government is using biodiversity as an electoral bargaining chip. Hunting outside of the legal framework is poaching. Which is all the more appalling, as it is nothing more than a leisure activity,” External link

connexionfrance Thursday, September 16, 2021 1:01:00 PM CEST

Will Mitchell added: “The illegal trapping and trading in wild birds has long been a problem. Taking a wild bird from its natural habitat and shutting it in a tiny cage is cruel. These birds can suffer immeasurably, not only physically but also mentally, and they often die shortly after being captured” External link

thenorthernecho Tuesday, August 17, 2021 6:44:00 PM CEST

Will Mitchell added: “The illegal trapping and trading in wild birds has long been a problem. Taking a wild bird from its natural habitat and shutting it in a tiny cage is cruel. These birds can suffer immeasurably, not only physically but also mentally, and they often die shortly after being captured” External link

getwestlondon Tuesday, August 17, 2021 3:08:00 PM CEST

Will Mitchell added: “The illegal trapping and trading in wild birds has long been a problem. Taking a wild bird from its natural habitat and shutting it in a tiny cage is cruel. These birds can suffer immeasurably, not only physically but also mentally, and they often die shortly after being captured” External link

kentonline Tuesday, August 17, 2021 2:20:00 PM CEST

Will Mitchell added: “The illegal trapping and trading in wild birds has long been a problem. Taking a wild bird from its natural habitat and shutting it in a tiny cage is cruel. These birds can suffer immeasurably, not only physically but also mentally, and they often die shortly after being captured” External link

clactonandfrintongazette Tuesday, August 17, 2021 1:51:00 PM CEST

Will Mitchell added: “The illegal trapping and trading in wild birds has long been a problem. Taking a wild bird from its natural habitat and shutting it in a tiny cage is cruel. These birds can suffer immeasurably, not only physically but also mentally, and they often die shortly after being captured” External link

chelmsfordweeklynews Tuesday, August 17, 2021 12:22:00 PM CEST

Adam Grogan said (about Adam Grogan): "We say we're a nation of animal lovers and yet every year, we see wild animals in our wildlife centres and animal hospitals that have been badly injured or killed by being beaten, mutilated, poisoned, or shot for 'fun'”. Mr Grogan added: " External link

express Thursday, August 12, 2021 12:09:00 AM CEST

Caroline Dingle added: "The successful and novel application of CSIA as a secondary validation step to increase the accuracy of SIA for detecting wild vs captive individuals is promising and adds to the growing volume of research that demonstrates the applicability of stable isotope techniques in wildlife forensics. While more work needs to be done to validate SIA as a robust forensic test, the results from this study show that this is a promising avenue for continued research," External link

sciencedaily Monday, July 12, 2021 7:16:00 PM CEST

Caroline Dingle added: “The successful and novel application of CSIA as a secondary validation step to increase the accuracy of SIA for detecting wild vs captive individuals is promising and adds to the growing volume of research that demonstrates the applicability of stable isotope techniques in wildlife forensics. While more work needs to be done to validate SIA as a robust forensic test, the results from this study show that this is a promising avenue for continued research,” External link

miragenews Sunday, July 11, 2021 6:07:00 AM CEST

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