Govt says Snapdeal, Amazon, and Alibaba are selling rare animals, their body parts

The forest ministry has named some 106 websites that are being used by smugglers to sell rare animals in India. The sites not only include Indian companies such as Snapdeal, Quikr, and Olx, but also foreign websites. The govt said that it has met with representatives of these websites to take down these listings.

The forest ministry has named some 106 websites that are being used by smugglers to sell rare animals in India. The sites not only include Indian companies such as Snapdeal, Quikr, and Olx, but also foreign websites. The govt said that it has met with representatives of these websites to take down these listings.

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