Inside Wildlife Crime

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From burning ivory in Gabon to the seizure of ivory and smuggled tiger kittens in Thailand, wildlife crime has a far-reaching influence. Alongside the threat to some of nature’s most iconic species, wildlife crime also exacerbate poverty and corruption, funding an entire spectrum of related international crime.

This video from the World Wildlife Fund attempts to delve into this complex story and how people all around the world are working to put an end to wildlife crime.

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