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The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has partially reversed a 25-year-old ban on the trade of tiger bones and rhino horns, causing outrage among wildlife conservationists.
The announcement made on Oct. 29, stated that tiger and rhino parts will be legalized for research, medical, cultural uses. Bones and horns can only be obtained from captive or farmed tigers and rhinos.
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