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Volume 11, Number 7—July 2005

Perspective

Wildlife Trade and Global Disease Emergence

William B. Karesh*Comments to Author , Robert A. Cook*, Elizabeth L. Bennett*, and James Newcomb†
Author affiliations: *Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx, New York, USA; †Bio-Economic Research Associates, Boulder, Colorado, USA

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Vendor selling wild-caught birds for release at a religious shrine in Thailand. (Photo by W.B. Karesh.)

Figure. . Vendor selling wild-caught birds for release at a religious shrine in Thailand. (Photo by W.B. Karesh.)

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