Proposal would affect all 25 member nations and highlights a major loophole in the U.S. ban. Products under $150 are not required to be labeled so consumers can not determine whether fur is real or fake, or what animal it came from.
Steven Ross Johnson
At one time, 100,000+ tigers ranged wild in the world, from Siberia to India. But not now. Today, the number is more like 5,000 and a recent surprising discovery suggests that time is running out for these tigers as well. 60 MINUTES traveled to India to visit the animals in their natural habitat and find out first hand what’s driving wild tigers to extinction. Scott Pelley’s rare up-close-and-personal look at this magnificent beast can be seen on this week’s 60 MINUTES (Sunday, November 19, 7:00pm ET/PT on CBS).
New York Times Magazine
Minnesota Public Radio
Nicole Paquette, API’s Director of Legal and Government Affairs, and Assemblymember Lloyd Levine, discuss the issue of forcing exotic animals to perform for entertainment and nationwide legislation to protect animals such as elephants from the abuse inherent to the circus.
KXJZ, Capital Public Radio, “Insight”