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The ivory trade is the commercial, often illegal trade in the ivory tusks of the hippopotamus, walrus, narwhal, mammoth, and most commonly, African and Asian elephants. Ivory has been traded for hundreds of years by people in Africa and Asia, resulting in restrictions and bans. Ivory was formerly used to make piano keys and other decorative items because of the white color it presents when processed but the piano industry abandoned ivory as a key covering material in the 1980s in favor of other materials such as plastic. Also, synthetic ivory has been developed which can also be used as an alternative materials for making piano keys.

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  • تجارة العاج
  • Comerç del vori
  • Obchod se slonovinou
  • Ivory trade
  • Commerce de l'ivoire
  • Perdagangan gading
  • Commercio dell'avorio
  • Торговля слоновой костью
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  • تجارة العاج ، في عام 1989 تم حظر تجارة العاج في العالم بواسطة اتفاقية سايتس ، وقد اعلنت سايتس ان تقدير الفيلة المقتولة في عام 2011 لا يقل عن 25 الف فيل أفريقي اما الرقم الفعلي يصل إلى اضعاف ذلك وحيث شهد عام 2011 حجز كميات من العاج الغير قانوني قدرت بنحو 31.5 طن بما يعادل 31500 فيل نافق ، و يقدر عدد الفيلة في أفريقيا من 272 الف - 690 الف عام 2007 في حين كان يقدر 1.3 مليون في عام 1979 ، و خلال ثمانينيات القرن العشرين فقدت أفريقيا نصف قطعانها من الفيلة اي 600 الف فيل خلال 10 سنوات فقط ، كما بلغ العاج المصادر في الصين في الفترة بين 1989 و 2011 ب 41095 كيلوجرام وحيث يقدر الان عدد الفيلة في براري اسيا ب 40000 فيل .
  • El comerç del vori es refereix a l'ús comercial, sovint il·legal, dels ullals de vori dels hipopòtams, morses, mamuts, narvals, i de forma més comuna, dels elefants.
  • The ivory trade is the commercial, often illegal trade in the ivory tusks of the hippopotamus, walrus, narwhal, mammoth, and most commonly, African and Asian elephants. Ivory has been traded for hundreds of years by people in Africa and Asia, resulting in restrictions and bans. Ivory was formerly used to make piano keys and other decorative items because of the white color it presents when processed but the piano industry abandoned ivory as a key covering material in the 1980s in favor of other materials such as plastic. Also, synthetic ivory has been developed which can also be used as an alternative materials for making piano keys.
  • Perdagangan gading adalah perdagangan komersial gading kuda nil, walrus, narwhal, mamut, dan gajah asia dan afrika. Perdagangan ini sering kali dilakukan secara ilegal. Perdagangan gading mengancam keberlangsungan beberapa spesies. Gading sebelumnya digunakan untuk membuat tuts piano dan barang-barang dekorasi lainnya karena warna putihnya. Namun, industri piano sudah menghentikan penggunaan gading pada tahun 1970-an.
  • началась ещё со времён финикийцев, но в 1989 году её запретили.
  • Obchod se slonovinou je komerční a často ilegální obchod se slonovinovými kly a výrobky z nich. Nejčastěji se jím rozumí obchod s kly dnes žijících slonů, afrických i indických, ale může se jednat též o kly mrožů, hrochů, prasatovitých, narvalů či vyhynulých mamutů. Současná vysoká poptávka po slonovině zejména v Asii má na svědomí zabíjení až několika desítek tisíc afrických slonů ročně a přivádí slony na pokraj vyhubení.
  • Le commerce de l'ivoire est l'activité économique d'achat et de revente d'ivoire animal provenant des défenses d'éléphants, de morses, de narvals, de mammouths, voire d'hippopotames. Lorsque ce commerce est illégal, il est désigné sous le nom de trafic d'ivoire. Ce commerce est le principal facteur responsable du déclin des populations d’éléphants d'Afrique, dont les deux espèces (éléphant de savane et éléphant de forêt) sont aujourd'hui classées " vulnérable " et " en danger", respectivement, par l'Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature.
  • Il commercio dell'avorio o traffico di avorio è il commercio, spesso illegale, delle zanne d'avorio dell'ippopotamo, del tricheco, del narvalo e dell'elefante africano ed asiatico. L'avorio fu una merce di scambio per centinaia d'anni tra popolazioni della Groenlandia, dell'Alaska e della Siberia.Il commercio, in tempi recenti, ha portato alla messa in pericolo delle specie da cui si ricava e quindi a restrizioni e proibizioni.L'avorio è usato per fare i tasti del pianoforte e altri generi decorativi.
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