snarewear
 n.— «Craftswomen in Zambia are turning snares formerly used to illegal kill wildlife into jewelry. Called “snareware,” the handmade jewelry is part of a program that has grossed $350,000 for rural communities and helped protect endangered wildlife.» —“Agents of death for wildlife become jewelry in Zambia” in Zambia Mongabay.com July 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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