Exploiting the legal system

Alleged corruption in Cambodia’s monkey farms taints global wildlife trade

by Anton L. Delgado

Largest monkey farm in Cambodia meets demands for monkey specimens and live animals for years before being charged for wildlife trafficking



Monkey business: Billion-dollar global wildlife trade



Monkey in the middle: Supply chain for specimens
Monkeying around: Breeding and farming in Cambodia
Not my monkey, not my circus: Trade continues as doubt deepens
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Anton L. Delgado is a journalist for Southeast Asia Globe, and joined The Pulitzer Center’s Rainforest Investigations Network to report on environmental crimes. Follow him on Twitter (@antonldelgado).

Code / Siti Aishah Azmansah
Data analysis and visualisations / Gwyneth Cheng
Editing / Nabilah Said, Loh Pei Ying, Gwyneth Cheng
Illustrations / Griselda Gabriele
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