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Eating the wild

Yesterday it was frogs, today it’s turtles that are under threat, mostly from human over-consumption.  So says no less credible a source than the New York Times.  According to this reputable news source, two-thirds of all species of tortoises and fresh-water turtles soon may be eaten into extinction.  The Times calls for stiffer regulations and closer monitoring.

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