Further comment originated from Wendy Higgins, of Humane Society Worldwide/United kingdom, who stated: “Right now, the EU’s position puts tigers in a much more precarious situation. When the EU’s position doesn’t change, maybe it#8217;s a dying sentence for tigers.”
The 3 countries#8217; plans will visit the approaching Convention on Worldwide Exchange Endangered Types of Wild Fauna and Flora which meets from 24 September- 5 October.
HIS states tigers face a significant poaching crisis but, in the middle of the #8220;crisis#8221;, three southern African nations #8211; Nigeria, Zimbabwe and Namibia #8211; are suggesting to look at legal exchange ivory.
Higgins added, “The majority of the African elephant’s range states need to see these creatures because of the greatest degree of protection, which is astonishing the EU is standing in the manner of this now.Inches