Bushmeat: Part Two NPR's John Nielsen follows yesterday's report on the growing practice in the world's great rainforests of bushmeat hunting. Commercial hunters are wiping out rare wildlife to feed a growing market for exotic meat. Some conservationists say the only solution is to fence off parks and abandon the practice of exploiting park resources as a way to satisfy local needs. Others blame timber companies that open up preserves to hunters.
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Bushmeat: Part Two

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Bushmeat: Part Two

Bushmeat: Part Two

Bushmeat: Part Two

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's John Nielsen follows yesterday's report on the growing practice in the world's great rainforests of bushmeat hunting. Commercial hunters are wiping out rare wildlife to feed a growing market for exotic meat. Some conservationists say the only solution is to fence off parks and abandon the practice of exploiting park resources as a way to satisfy local needs. Others blame timber companies that open up preserves to hunters.