Selfridges to stop selling exotic animal skins

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Leather from agricultural stock will still be sold at department store that went fur-free in 2005

Selfridges has announced it is to stop selling exotic skins from animals such as pythons, alligators, crocodiles and lizards.

The department store will only sell leather from agricultural livestock including cow or calf, sheep, pig, goat, water buffalo and lamb from February 2020 after the exotic skins are phased out.

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