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  1. […] 2. Skin trade registration scheme. In 2007, China introduced a mechanism for registering and selling skins from ‘legal’ sources, including captive tigers. EIA has been trying to find out how many skins have been registered, sold, etc, and how legality is determined – read more at https://eia-international.org/enforcement-and-asian-big-cats 3. Auctions of tiger bone wine. In 2011, NGOs reported there was to be a sale of Tiger Bone Wine in Beijing. This was stopped by the SFA after an outcry, but EIA research shows many more sales were advertised and may have gone ahead. We urgently need clarification on these – read more at https://eia-international.org/tiger-bone-wine-auctions-in-china […]

  2. […] Auctions of tiger bone wine. In 2011, NGOs reported there was to be a sale of Tiger Bone Wine in Beijing. This was stopped by the SFA after an outcry, but EIA research shows many more sales were advertised and may have gone ahead. We urgently need clarification on these – read more at https://eia-international.org/tiger-bone-wine-auctions-in-china […]

  3. […] de précipiter leur mort. L’organisation britannique Environment Investigation Agency (https://eia-international.org/tiger-bone-wine-auctions-in-china) dénonce notamment ces pratiques qui seraient couvertes standard le gouvernement chinois, malgré […]

  4. […] d’os de tigre. Pourtant, une enquête menée secrètement standard l’EIA [l’ONG Environmental review agency, ndlr] a révélé que “les os des tigres élevés en captivité ne sont pas détruits et […]