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Real fur sold as fake at Queen Victoria Market

1 October 2020


Investigation from Four Paws Australia and the Animal Justice Party has revealed that real fur is being sold at the Queen Victorian Market as faux fur.


Forensic tests conducted in March found stalls were selling clothes and other items labelled as containing fox fur when it was the fur of the raccoon dog, an East Asian canine species. Others unlabelled items were found to contain fox and mink fur.


Read more about our Say no to Fur campaign and how to tell if fur is fake or real here.


Read full article here.



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