By: JA Hoyt
258 pages, B/w photos
A critique of the theory of sustainable use. The author argues that endangered species populations continue to shrink, because their legalised killing occurs in the name of conservation. This book provides an account of wildlife mismanagement, and challenges us to rethink our attitudes towards the exploitation of the world's precious wildlife before the destruction is complete.
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