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Time Magazine about 1M agoReversing a 25-year-old ban, China announced Monday that it will allow the use and trade of rhino and tiger parts, enraging conservationists who warn the move will further jeopardize already imperiled species. China's State Council said the ban, enacted in 1993, would be partially lifted to allow tiger and rhino parts to be used for medicine, scientific research and "cultural exchanges," underscoring that the trade will be strictly controlled and the products must come from animals in captivity. ... Read more
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