Tiger Bone & Rhino Horn: The Destruction of Wildlife for Traditional Chinese Medicine


Ellis, Richard



Ellis, A Research Associate At The American Museum Of Natural History, Investigates The Shadowy International Market That Trades In The Body Parts Of Every Known Type Of Tiger, Bear And Rhinoceros To Be Used For Traditional Asian Medicine. Tyger, Tyger — Suffer The Animals — Chinese Medicine, Western Medicine — Horn Of Plenty — Where Have All The Tigers Gone? — Bad News For Bears — Tigers, Rhinos, And Bears-oh My! Richard Ellis. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.,Conservation of Natural Resources,Bone and Bones,Medicine, Chinese Traditional,Medicine, Chinese,Poaching,R601 .E44 2005,2005 J-451,WB 50 JC6 E47t 2005,610/.951


Publisher: Island Press
Date_published: 2005
Language: en
Pages: 312
ISBN-10: 1559635320
ISBN-13: 9781559635325
Dimensions: Height: 8.999982 Inches, Length: 5.999988 Inches, Weight: 1.27 Pounds, Width: 0.999998 Inches
Binding: Hardcover

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