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Global trade in wild African Grey Parrot banned, U.N. meeting rules

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The United Nations has banned global trade in wild African Grey Parrots, prized for their ability to imitate human speech, to help counter a decline in numbers caused by trafficking and the loss of forests.
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