Monkey Puzzle

arnold trachtenberg
Mon, 22 Aug 2005 10:57:23 PDT

>  because CITES 
>has updated their status to "endangered" in their native habitat, 

Somehow  I miss the point of restricting movement of an endangered plant 
outside of its native habitat.

Would this only lead to increasing the sheer number of the  individual 
plants that live on earth and male it less endangered in some regard?
So if we grow the plant in Canada and want to return some to the 
"endangered" natural habitat we couldn't do this due to restrictions on 
plant export.

Now  I got it.


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