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Sturgeon catch in the Caspian Sea and caviar imports

Sturgeon catch in the Caspian Sea and caviar imports

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Uploaded 18 Jun 2014 by Jarle Mjaasund
Year: 2014 Author: Philippe Rekacewicz, GRID Arendal
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The sturgeon – sought for its caviar – has declined dramatically in what is now a heavily illegal trade. To reduce the illicit trade in any wildlife, responses must include front line protection, customs control, investigation and prosecution of networks and targeted consumer awareness programmes as well as general awareness to the local populations on the threats posed to their local economy, food security and sustainability.
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