Wildlife smuggling hubs in Asia

Wildlife smuggling hubs in Asia include: Wildlife smuggling hubs include:[1]






  • Bangkok’s Chatuchak wildlife market
  • Mae Sai


Penang Kuala Lumpur




National parks (NP) throughout the country, from Kaziranga in the Northeast to Panna in Madhya Pradesh, having been extirpated in Sariska and Panna NPs as a result of hunting.


References and notes

  1. ^ Wildlife smuggling hubs in Asia
  • The Philippines were not mentioned here as the source document at Brookings.edu did not mention exact places/cities within The Philippines
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