South Africa was the world’s leading exporter of South American parrots between 2000 and 2013, after Amazon countries “abandoned the possibility of legally and competitively producing and exporting their wil […]
Deepening insight and supporting impactful practices around influencing wildlife product consumer behavior was the focus of a three-day event that brought together over 100 participants, representing 60 […]
Close to three tonnes of pangolin scales went up in flames on December 6th in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, as authorities incinerated several illegal shipments seized in 2017—a record year for pangolin scale s […]
Significant numbers of owls are being illegally trapped and sacrificed each year in India to supply rituals and ceremonies marking annual Diwali celebrations. While the exact number of owls traded domestically is […]
A boom in demand for otters as pets in Japan, particularly the small-clawed otter, has been linked to rising numbers of “otter cafés,” high-profile television programs featuring otters and celebrities, and the […]
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