All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade
The week started off with a bang as Polynesian customs seized four long tailed macaque skulls. This species of small monkey Read more »
Customs officials in Jordan working in a deep desert entry land point were shocked last week after finding two tiger cubs Read more »
Animals do not own passports. They do not know which nation they belong to, and for them country borders are meaningless.
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Earlier this month, we saw the first ever ivory trading conviction in New Zealand with 58 year old Jiezhen Jiang being Read more »
The EU and China have signed a landmark agreement to join forces to help combat the illegal trade in wildlife products.
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Earlier this year, the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s (IFAW) team deployed to the Republic of Congo as part Read more »