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  • Harry Potter fans in Asia are buying wild owls
  • Harry Potter fans in Asia are buying wild owls
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Harry Potter fans in Asia are buying wild owls

When it comes to their favourite superheroes and movie characters, many fans are looking for ways to recreate aspects of fictional worlds in the real one – creating opportunities beyond traditional merchandising. But in Asia, the Harry Potter obsession is putting wild owls at risk.

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