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Wildlife Trade

Wildlife Trade VETKU
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Nurz Hawungchoo

on 28 September 2013

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Transcript of Wildlife Trade

Members
with One Health approach
Wildlife Trade
on the Internet as Exotic pet

Tan Suchittranonrat 5210900045
Napat Patarawat 5210900479
Thanawat Chaisirirat 5210900576
Thanida Hawungchoo 5210900592
Thanin Sanoum 5210900631
Nutchanan Seripracharat 5210900720
Bundit Chomkularb 5210900738
Pattamin Bundumnurnparnit 5210900746
Pittawat Tansakul 5210900819
Wanthana Henglarpkitjroen 5210900932
Suangsan Chaengkij 5210901068
Wildlife Trading





Animal
A marmoset was one of the animals allegedly found in the baggage of a man arrested by Thai police at Bangkok airport. Courtesy Freeland Foundation
Call to curb
exotic animal trade
Bear Bile, Tiger Parts
Sold in Myanmar Markets
Wildlife Trade
on the internet
HUMAN
Alpaca
Marmoset
ENVIRONMENT
Environment
One Health Approach
- Zoonoses
Human
Alpaca
Marmoset
- Horizontal transmission
-Economic loss
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