Russian girl was bred for sex
Russian girl was bred for sex
`He won`t bite, he`s curious about you. Let him hold your clothes with his hands and legs. He is about one year old, this is a perfect age to find a new home for him. `This is a lovely pet, you can communicate with him, they are often like family members. They`re never aggressive if they are born and brought up by people.` With very little regulation and a myriad of legal loopholes, a booming animal trade has grown with a shocking selection of animals - from macaques to falcons - being offered up for sale over the internet Russia is a signatory of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora which restricts imports of endangered species, notably for ownership by private individuals The keeping and breeding of orangutans in Britain requires a strict licence under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act which experts say would not be granted unless at an approved zoo as part of an international breeding programme and certainly not for use as pets or domestic trade. Because they are an endangered species, all breeding is controlled by the EEP (an endangered species programme). Some primates, however, are allowed as pets in the UK, but conservationists are pushing for a complete ban as seen in other EU countries including the Netherlands and Hungary. Philip Mansbridge, UK Director of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), told MailOnline: `In the UK, members of the public are not allowed to keep many species of primates as pets, including orangutans, which are already seriously threatened by habitat loss. `We completely oppose the keeping of orangutans as pets. Wild animals belong in the wild; it is as simple as that. `However, we would like the law to go further to cover all species of primates as shockingly some species can still legally be kept as pets here. `Sadly, our recent investigation into the sale of wildlife and wildlife products on the Internet revealed a deadly multi-million pound trade in many endangered species. Orangutans, like all the other great apes, are also listed on Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), which prohibits their unlicensed international trade. `The young ones are absolutely domestic. They love to play, they have no problems wearing clothes or Pampers.` Our reporter, Tanya, was allowed to hold the orangutan for around 15 minutes. The curious animal looked intently into her face. `Please tell your boss to make up his mind quickly, many are interested in orangutans and they are not born very often,` said the dealer, evidently expecting a rush of business ahead of New Year, when Russians traditionally exchange seasonal gifts. Another dealer at Exotic Zoo told Tanya: `I expect you have been calling other advertisements too. `Please be careful with other offers, there are many people who bring these animals illegally from abroad. He claimed their work was entirely above board. `Our animals are born in Russia because we are a nursery, this is why all their documents are in order,` he said. `When you buy an animal from us, you get its international passport and all the necessary veterinary documents. `Our monkeys have electronic chips in their bodies with international numbers, they can be easily identified if necessary. `This is why our monkeys and other animals are quite expensive but if your client is serious, he would understand the difference. `We have been in this business for many years. We have co-operated not only with private clients but also with zoos. `We will give you all necessary recommendations how to take care of the animal. The nursery took strict measures to stop any photography at its site, though MailOnline obtained pictures inside this breeding centre for rare tropical animals which is based in two converted family houses. Unless she made a downpayment of thousands of pounds undertaking to buy the baby orangutan, Tanya was told she was not permitted to photograph the creature or the facilities. The nursery took strict measures to stop any photography at its site, though MailOnline obtained pictures inside this breeding centre for rare tropical animals which is based in two converted family houses (above) Unless she made a downpayment of thousands of pounds undertaking to buy the baby orangutan, our reporter Tanya was told she was not permitted to photograph the creature or the facilities `We don`t want to see the pictures of our place all over the internet,` said the dealer. `We are doing a really good job here, as you can see. We do not need extra publicity.` Russia is a signatory of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) which prohibits their unlicensed international trade, notably for ownership by private individuals. CITES told MailOnline that Exotic Zoo was not registered with them, which means the nursery may not be licensed to supply the correct documentation for the animals to be taken abroad. However, there is no suggestion Exotic Zoo is trading internationally. Russia`s own laws, however, do not impose curbs on nurseries which conduct their own breeding programmes of these rare animals, nor on sales of the resulting animals to wealthy people wanting exotic pets. Even where there are penalties relating to the movement and ownership of endangered animals, the fines are too small to act as a deterrent. In Britain, the keeping and breeding of orangutans requires a strict licence under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act which experts say would not be granted unless at an approved zoo as part of an international breeding programme and certainly not for use as pets or domestic trade. Because they are an endangered species, all breeding is controlled by the EEP (an endangered species programme). Zoos and others who do not follow this can be prosecuted. Russia`s own laws do not impose curbs on nurseries which conduct their own breeding programmes of these rare animals, nor on sales of the resulting animals to wealthy people wanting exotic pet Some primates, however, are allowed as pets in the UK, but conservationists are pushing for a complete ban as seen in other EU countries including the Netherlands and Hungary. Claire Bass, executive director of Humane Society International UK, said: `Keeping any primate as a pet unquestionably compromises their welfare, threatens species conservation and puts human health and safety at risk. `Larger monkeys like macaques are powerful and potentially dangerous animals who are quite capable of inflicting severe bites, particularly if they are kept in stressful and inappropriate conditions.` In November, the International Fund for Animal Welfare sounded an alarm over the rampant sale of exotic animals over the web. The report highlighted Russia and China as the worst offenders. Keeping any primate as a pet unquestionably compromises their welfare, threatens species conservation and puts human health and safety at risk The report stated: `Although there is a considerable difference in the size of the market, with a $1,953,060 turnover a year, Russia is the second biggest illegal animal market among the 16 countries we studied, after China $2,744,500.` Anna Filippova, a campaigner for IFAW Russia, told MailOnline: `There is a colossal, large-scale problem. So any publicity that throws a spotlight on the distasteful practice is unwelcome and may prompt a crackdown. Another dealer active on the web - called Viktor Sergeevich, evidently with a different supply chain - also offered orangutans to MailOnline, quoting a price of $40,000 (£25,700). `I have two young orangutans for sale, both about one year old. They were not brought from anywhere, they were born in a special nursery in Russia,` he told us by telephone. `We know the parents and we can be sure they are healthy. All documents are in Russian. All are in order, you can check yourself, if you like.` A third trader in rare animals - called Viktor Saveliyev, based in Volgograd - said his orangutans were imported rather than bred in Russia. His outfit, called Zoo Ekzo, amounts to an online mail-order service. Customers specify their desires for exotic pets, and his company seek to supply them accordingly. A baby orangutan offered for sale. Even where there are penalties relating to the movement and ownership of endangered animals in Russia, the fines are too small to act as a deterrent `I do not have males, only female, several, all about eight months old,` he claimed when asked about his current stock of orangutans. `They are imported but they have passed quarantine, vets have checked them, all of them are healthy. There won`t be any problem with them. They are currently in Moscow.` He promised the animals would have `all the necessary documents with them`. But he said providing `official` documentation would lead to an extra 7.5 per cent in the price. Ever the salesman, Saveliyev challenged claims from other breeders that orangutans could be raised effectively in captivity. He claimed his source was unspecified `European zoos`, and that the orangutans were legally imported - even though animal rights experts dispute that there can be legitimate imports for private clients. Saveliyev said he had `ties` with breeders in Russia, other ex-Soviet states as well as foreign countries - `and also zoos, circuses and catchers`. Having made an order for an exotic animal, customers collecting it from his company pay 50 per cent in advance. Those who expect delivery, shell out 100 per cent at the point of order. `The nursery was established over 10 years ago,` the company states on the internet. `If you do not live in Moscow we will help to get (the rare animal) delivered to you anywhere in our motherland... `We do not resell or buy illegal monkeys, parrots or other creatures. All our animals have gone through quarantine. They have all have certificates and papers.` In November, the International Fund for Animal Welfare sounded an alarm over the rampant sale of exotic animals over the web. The report highlighted Russia and China as the worst offenders MailOnline also discovered a varied number of web adverts for orangutans in Russia, as these examples show: - `For real connoisseurs of exotic animals. Offering an orangutan primate. Orangutans are very smart animals. In their natural habitat they use tools, in captivity they pick up the human traits and try to resemble their owners. One year old male and female available. Social, playful.` - `Offering very kind and playful baby-orangutans. These primates resemble humans and will be perfect for a mini-zoo. Not only a smart, unique, and intellectually developed animal, but also a full family member and friend who will always cheer you up. To find out the price and the procedure to buy the animal call...` - `Exotic monkeys for sale. Always available, males and females. Only legal. All animals were born in the apery, healthy, and taken care of by professionals.` Phone numbers posted by advertisers are regularly changed. During the course of this investigation we also discovered sales of rare monkeys, falcons, leopards, crocodiles and snakes. Ms Filippova said: `Most often the exotic animals are bought to be used for commercial purposes - for example, for taking photos, which is legal. `Or they are kept in menageries (a small collection of exotic animals) - which are still legal in Russia, even though we live in the 21st century. But these breeding centres are not licensed in any way.` She said that many animals arrive in Europe through illegal or legal means and are then transported via Turkey and Ukraine to Russia. `There are all sorts of ways that animals are smuggled in. There was a case in the Far East (of Russia) when baby turtles were attached to the bottom of a car with sticky tape,` she said. `Only 20 per cent of the animals survive the journey but that`s enough to pay off for the expenses in this trade. `If it is a big primate, it is brought to Russia as a cub. The customs authorities shut their eyes to it, which is in a way understandable. It is not clear what they can do with an animal if they impound it.` She added that if an animal is taken out of the wild and put in a zoo legally because of injury or the destruction of its habitat, there is nothing in place to regulate its offspring being sold on. Legislation is a `huge black hole`, she said, adding that there is no specific laws which govern the breeding centres or the conditions that the animals should be kept in. `Nurseries develop their own sorts of documents, vet passports and other sets of documents`.
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