Miller Claims Protecting the Turtles Was One of the Toughest Laws

Asia has eaten through its own turtle population and is turning knife and fork to Alabama streams. With more than two million wild-caught American turtles vanishing into Oriental soups and medicines, Alabama enacted one of the toughest laws protecting the shelled reptiles, according to Jeff Miller, conservation advocate at the Center for Biological Diversity. As…

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