Animal Rights in South Africa

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Juta and Company Ltd, 2005 - Animal rights - 210 pages
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The approach is to examine a number of fields -- animals as food, the trade in wildlife, trophy hunting and vivisection - and by uncovering what is happening beyond the public eye and by examining how the various actors and interest groups, including the government and animal protection groups, are responding, to tease out the issues involved.
 

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Contents

Trophy hunting
16
Wild life for sale
49
The Tuli elephant tragedy
79
The Kruger National Park
99
Vivisection and the legacy of apartheid
113
Animals as food
141
Conclusion
168
Bibliography
203
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