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‘Let them eat cake? Some sceptical thoughts on conservation strategies in the bushmeat range states’ in ‘Part IV of State of the Wild 2006'

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The annual publication combines evocative writings with a fascinating tour of news highlights and vital statistics from around the world. This edition explores the impacts of hunting and the wildlife trade through a range of essays: Ted Kerasote traces the history of hunting in North America; Carl Safina, Eric Gilman, and Wallace J. Nichols quantify the toll taken by commercial fishing on seabirds, turtles, and other marine species; James Compton and Samuel K. H. Lee explore the global reach of the wildlife trade for traditional Asian medicine.

David Brown