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Animals in Peril: How "Sustainable Use" is Wiping out the World's Wildlife [Paperback]

John Arthur Hoyt


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Argues that the theory that endangered species must pay their own way to survive is a political expediency used to justify legalized killing in the name of conservation.

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The term "sustainable use" has a warm, reassuring tone to it, seeming to combine wise development, sound conservation, and careful concern for future generations. Read the first page
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5.0 out of 5 stars Animals in Peril 26 Jan 2013
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Animals in Perils was very informative and well written. It explains the theory of "sustainable use" is and why it has been so quickly accepted. The United Nations made some very harmful decisions about animal life.
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