N.J. bill targets illegal tiger trade

12/1/2011 | Washington Post, The

New Jersey lawmakers will today consider a bill that would identify and catalog the state's 24 captive tigers in an effort to prevent them from being sold on the black market. "Having the DNA evidence would give enforcement officials the tools to detect the origin of tigers and tiger parts confiscated, and that would deter owners from entering into the trade," said zoo and wildlife veterinarian Kristine Smith.

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