This chapter is one of a selection of peer-reviewed and edited papers from a conference jointly organized by the Universities' Federation of Animal Welfare (UFAW) and the Mammal Society which includes contributions from an international array of wildlife biologists, ecologists and conservationists. In 22 chapters the issues involved in harvesting, hunting, sustainable trade and ecotourism are explored and set in the context of past and present mammal exploitation.
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