Traditional Animal Use

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On several continents, the trade of animals for traditional, religious, and medicinal use still persists unabated. Animals, including those who are endangered, are hunted and poached and ingested by people believing in the potential curative properties of their body parts. In traditional and medicinal contexts, animals are eaten, steeped, worn, and massaged in to skin.

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