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UN Wildlife Conference Bans Global Trade Of Africa's Grey Parrots

One hundred and eighty-three member states gathered at the CITES Cop17 meeting in Johannesburg and voted decisively in a secret ballot to provide the greatest protection possible to the endangered African grey parrot
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