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Aide/commerce illégal

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Message de perfect posté le 02-05-2020 à 15:45:40 (S | E | F)
Bonjour à tous,
D'abord, j'espère que vous et vos proches se portent bien dans cette période particulière.
Voici une modeste rédaction sur le commerce illégal des animaux en Thaïlande.

Sum up the video about illegal trade of animals in Thailand.
Illegal trade of animals in Thailand is very widespread.
Firstly, we see pangolins in cages, they are subject to an illegal worldwild trade. Indeed, they are bagged alive and have to reach China where they're are eaten or used in medicines. This deal is worth a lot of money : pangolins are sold worth of 300 000$ which is more than expensive.

Steve Galster, member of a freeland foundation explains that catching the culprits behind the trade is not happening enough yet, conversely with the smugglers who are largely arrested. Apparently, this observation semms to be confirmed : for instance, in an investigation, only the truck driver has been arrested. He was bringing the animals and snakeskins but the other behind the operation are still unknown.

Thailand sees brisk trade in illegal species, it is the hub of Southeast Asia's illegal wildlife trade. This illegal trafficking is so common because some of its borders are porous : they are not too well controlled and provide an attractive route to lucrative market further way. Moreover, the police usally go to Bangkok's famous animal markets like Chatuchak but more often they're outwitted by the sellers. They're also let down by feebles Thai laws, and this is a problem because it is very permissive therefore the culprits escape easily. Some traffickers avoid also the law by saying that they've bredd their own animals in captivity. Despite the attempt of many legislative proposals, the government has been slow to adopt and implement them.

Merci beaucoup pour toute correction apportée,
Cordialement,
Perfect


Réponse : Aide/commerce illégal de gerondif, postée le 02-05-2020 à 15:56:04 (S | E)
Bonjour
Erreurs en bleu
Illegal trade of animals in Thailand is very widespread.
Firstly, we see pangolins in cages, they are subject to an illegal worldwild(worldwide) trade. Indeed, they are bagged alive and have to reach China where they're are eaten or used in medicines. This deal is worth a lot of money : pangolins are sold worth of 300 000$ which is more than expensive.
Phrase peu claire. Vouliez-vous dire : Pangolin sales reach tp to 300,000$, which represents a lot of money. (Ou? sur quelle échelle, dans quel pays ? sur combien d'années ?)

Steve Galster, member of a freeland foundation explains that catching the culprits behind the trade is not happening enough (maladroit)yet, conversely with(unlike) the smugglers who are largely arrested. Apparently, this observation semms to be confirmed : for instance, in an investigation, only the truck driver has been arrested. He was bringing the animals and snakeskins but the others behind the operation are still unknown.

Thailand sees brisk trade in illegal species, it is the hub of Southeast Asia's illegal wildlife trade. This illegal trafficking is so very common because some of its borders are porous : they are not too well controlled and provide an attractive route to lucrative market further way(sens?). Moreover, the police usally go to Bangkok's famous animal markets like Chatuchak but more often they're outwitted by the sellers. They're also let down by feebles Thai laws, and this is a problem because it is(laws était au pluriel) very permissive therefore the culprits escape easily. Some traffickers avoid also (inversez)the law by saying that they've bredd their own animals in captivity. Despite the attempt (comment une proposition de loi peut-elle tenter quelque chose ? maladroit, il faut un élément humain, malgré la tentative des politiciens d'introduire des lois...) of many legislative proposals, the government has been slow to adopt and implement them (maladroit, comment un gouvernement peut-il mettre en application une tentative d'introduction d'une loi ?).



Réponse : Aide/commerce illégal de perfect, postée le 03-05-2020 à 17:05:00 (S | E)
Bonjour,

Merci pour votre correction. Voici à nouveau le texte après correction.

Illegal trade of animals in Thailand is very widespread.
Firstly, we see pangolins in cages, they are subject to an illegal worldwide trade. Indeed, they are bagged alive and have to reach China where they're eaten or used in medicines. This deal is worth a lot of money : Pangolin sales reach tp to 300,000$, which represents a lot of money each year in Thailand's economy.

Steve Galster, member of a freeland foundation explains that catching the culprits behind the trade doesn't happen often, unlike the smugglers who are largely arrested. Apparently, this observation seems to be confirmed : for instance, in an investigation, only the truck driver has been arrested. He was bringing the animals and snakeskins but the others behind the operation are still unknown.

Thailand sees brisk trade in illegal species, it is the hub of Southeast Asia's illegal wildlife trade. This illegal trafficking is very common because some of its borders are porous : they are not too well controlled and provide an attractive route to lucrative market. Moreover, the police usally go to Bangkok's famous animal markets like Chatuchak but more often they're outwitted by the sellers. They're also let down by feebles Thai laws, and this is a problem because they're very permissive therefore the culprits escape easily. Some traffickers also avoid the law by saying that they've bred their own animals in captivity. Despite the attempt by politicians to introduce legislative proposals, the government hardly takes any action.

Cordialement




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