Wildlife trafficking, rhino poaching, heroes, poachers, SA government, LA and New York. What do they all have in common?
To bring you the latest news, stories and videos here are two brief clips discussing two broad topics:
“What’s Happening to Africa’s Rhino?” and “Wildlife Trafficking: Who Does it? Who Allows it?”
This covers the latest Rhino News, from the South African Governments official statement on the Rhino Crisis, a new huge wildlife conservation area involving 5 countries (notably not South Africa), a controversy over selling rhino horn powder in the new reserve! Several arrest reports and the sad tale of Themba, his vet Dr. Fowlds and the race to save this rhino after a brutal poaching attack.
These and more stories about the African rhinos.
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Following the animal poaching trail, with stories from New York to Malaysia and Africa to California.
Wildlife body parts, tusks, horns, bones, pelts and other more are smuggled across borders and sold for huge profits in the form of daggers, handbags, shoes, coats, rugs and medicines.
The wildlife illegal trafficking trade is the third largest money maker for organized crime, running close behind drugs and guns on the international black market.
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