Devil Rays Granted Worldwide Protection by CITES: And Genetic Tracking Could Help Catch Illegal Traders


Via The Daily Catch

" is becoming illegal to trade in devil rays, or any of their parts, such as gill plates, across international borders without permits approving that the trade is not detrimental to the wild population."

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