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Today feathers from endangered birds such as the quetzal are illegally bought and sold online, Johnson says.
Among the missing skins were rare and precious quetzals and cotingas, from Central and South America; and bowerbirds, Indian crows and birds of paradise that Alfred Russel Wallace had shipped over from New Guinea.
The higher dollar inflows from migrants and lower oil prices have helped the country’s currency, the quetzal, gain 3.2 percent this year versus the dollar, the best performance among major currencies in the region.
The items cost less than one quetzal (about 14 cents) each, and even more people stopped wearing traditional clothing.
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