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To read some of the entries about the value of wildlife to tourism, the economy and non-monetary benefits in Australia and elsewhere, and/or contribute to these discussions, please visit:


  1. Kenya plans to upgrade and diversify wildlife tourism (news, August 2013)–curb-poaching

    From the website:
    “Poachers target especially rhinos and elephants for their tusks and skins, which fetch a lot of money in the black market. The bill will provide a comprehensive institutional framework for managing wildlife, human wildlife conflict, and compensation and ensure that wildlife is beneficial to those who live with the wildlife.”


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