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If we can destroy the market, we'll destroy the industry.

Historically the only reason spotted cats, like Leopards and Cheetahs are still found in the wild, is because of peer pressure.

The farming, killing, skinning and eating of native animals is a rife and evil industry, which operates under the cloak of science and lies.

Crocodilian farmers claim that since they started farming and selling legal skins, meats and products, they have single-handedly saved crocodilian species from endangerment. In the countries that the croc farmers claim success, it's actually established protection laws and enforcement that protects these animals.

Very, very happy with their prey, they head for their hideout.

Third world nations now see examples of modern nations supporting killing, eating and wearing wildlife for money, so now they're doing it. has inadvertently created a multi-million dollar 'bushmeat' industry, where local people kill native wildlife for meat, skins and products.

The latest and most horrendous markets created are in Africa, South America and Asia where enforcement of laws is impossible and even though the animals may be protected, the policing agencies have neither the money or power to do anything. "Sustainable Use" of native wildlife in so-called modern nations like Australia and the U. Please don't blame the local people; it's not their fault! The greatest wildlife perpetrators of today's world are those behind the driving force of "Sustainable Use."How are the Tiger Farms in Taiwan and China helping to save Tigers in India, S E Asia or Siberia?

Crocodiles are highly sensitive to stress and under farming conditions are easily exposed to stress Septicaemia. It is my aim to start this brand new century with the greatest conservation effort of my life.

The present case happened recently on a South African crocodile farm where the young crocodiles were reared indoors at a constant temperature of 32°c. Apex predators are right at the top of the food chain – animals like sharks, big cats, bears, snakes and crocodiles.

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