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This assessment explores Brazil’s role in illegal wildlife trade (IWT) identifying past and present wildlife legislation, institutional context, species targeted by trade, and recommendations that reflect current needs and priorities for combatting IWT in the country. Additionally, there is an in-depth look at illegal trade in the Brazilian Amazon and domestic bird trade.
|Title||Wildlife trafficking in Brazil|
|Organization||TRAFFIC, USAID, IUCN|
|Keywords English||Amazon, Brazil, conservation, protected areas, roads.|
|Palabras clave Español||Amazonía, Brasil, conservación, áreas protegidas, carreteras.|
|Palavras-chave Português||Amazônia, Brasil, conservação, áreas protegidas, estradas.|
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