By Marc Goichot July 25, 2018 | 09:39 am GMT+7
vnexpress.net Vietnamese restaurant owners, chefs and customers are complicit in the crime of catching, advertising, serving and eating an endangered species.
Most people in Vietnam knows it is illegal to sell tiger meat or pangolin scales or rhino horn.
It is common knowledge that trading elephant ivory is a criminal offense, punishable by fines and jail time. But few of us seem to know that it is just as illegal to sell a Mekong Giant Catfish or Giant Barb.