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Can India fix its growing exotic pet problem?

Can India fix its growing exotic pet problem?

India’s wildlife smuggling problem has roamed the streets one too many times. In April, foresters in Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, found three injured kangaroos and the carcass of a fourth one. Other such animals found in recent years include exotic monkeys, birds, giant tortoises, a suitcase full of reptiles, including iguanas, and more.