Thai crocodile farmers want trade restrictions relaxed


              Products made from Siamese crocodile skins are on display at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              A worker checks treated dried skins of Siamese crocodiles at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              A Thai worker inspects Siamese crocodile skin at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              Siamese crocodile is seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              Siamese crocodiles are seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              A Siamese crocodile is seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              Siamese crocodiles are seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              A Siamese crocodile is seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              Siamese crocodile are seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              Siamese crocodiles are seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              A Siamese crocodile is seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
            
              A Siamese crocodile is seen at Siracha Moda Farm in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand on Nov. 7, 2022. Crocodile farmers in Thailand are suggesting a novel approach to saving the country’s dwindling number of endangered wild crocodiles. They want to relax regulations on cross-border trade of the reptiles and their parts to boost demand for products made from ones raised in captivity. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
Thai crocodile farmers want trade restrictions relaxed