Factors influencing the illegal harvest of wildlife by trapping and snaring among the Katu ethnic group in Vietnam

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MacMillan, Douglas C.;

The harvest of wildlife through hunting, trapping and snaring is illegal in Vietnam but remains widespread and is understood to be the major threat to many species. Clandestine activities such as trapping and snaring, which are deeply embedded in the culture and economy... View more
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