China's medicines offer poached Indian tigers on menu card. Which part will you pick?
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Updated: 29 Jan, 2019 01:00 PM

China's medicines offer poached Indian tigers on menu card. Which part will you pick?

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Since 2008, we have poached over 400 of our tigers and over 100 rhinos. When it comes to destroying endangered wildlife, China offers a lucrative market and Indian poachers are ever ready to cater.

The Chinese ensured their forests are now barren of any tigers. Now the eyes are set on the Indian wildlife. Will China's complete disregard for any ecological balance pave way for the death knell of the Indian tigers and rhinos? Or will we read the danger signs on time and mend our ways and laws?

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