Trafficking great ape body parts
Posted by Stevie at 01/05/2015
New trade in lucrative ape skulls and bones stokes fears of annihilation of wild gorilla and chimpanzee populations.
ahimsa32fa at 01/07/2015 05:31:38
I examined this in historical detail in one of my books, "The First ISM".
ellie4animals4ever at 07/18/2015 13:30:11
ahimsa32fa at 07/19/2015 04:55:19
Yes, let's not forget the trafficking of leather and fur, which should rightfully be called "se animals skin" or things like a "drumstick", which should correctly called, a chicken's leg.
anahidscv at 07/21/2015 16:44:45
Such a shame what we do. We share the DNA with these magnificent creatures. I also agree with ahimsa that trafficking farmed animals is no different and the good point you made with the "drumstick" is the chicken's leg....so sad. The eating of animals sounds to me that our society has not changed much from the prehistoric times, still considered cannibalism eating the body parts of a living being. Call it what you have to call, drumstick, wings, it is the body parts of an animal, a living being.