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Each year millions of tourists travel to exotic locations to encounter wildlife, only to unwittingly bring home souvenirs made from endangered species.

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Each year millions of tourists travel to exotic locations to encounter wildlife, only to unwittingly bring home souvenirs made from endangered species.

Take the Think Twice pledge: Don't buy wildlife souvenirs.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

I don't buy,to help murder...!!

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

I don't buy,to help murder...!!

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

¡POR DIOS ! LOS ANIMALES NO SON ADORNOS, NI COSAS, VALOREMOSLOS, SON SERES SINTIENTES, SUFREN, NO LOS MENOSPRECIEN DE ESA MANERA. AYUDELOS. MUCHAS ESPECIES ESTAN EN VIA DE EXTINCION, SOLO POR LA ESTUPIDEA E IGNORANCIA DE MUCHOS. NOSOTROS SOMOS LOS DEPREDADORES SANGUINARIOS MAS GRANDES DE ESTE PLANETA.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

The way to really protect endangered animals and stop the poaching and black market trade in products made from these animals is for everyone to stop purchasing them! If an item is made from fur, or looks to be ivory, or could be made from rhino horn, just don't buy it! Don't buy products in tourist shops in those countries where these exotic animals live! Because you are only further endangering them!

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

Yet more human insanity. *sigh*

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

It seems that the people who seek out these so called 'souvenirs' are under the impression that it provides some sort of status symbol, when in reality, it only serves to further destroy our environment and endanger those species lives.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

Aside from the disgusting nature of the practices involved in obtaining these 'souvenirs,' it's also grosly tacky and tasteless. If you have no compassion for animals and the dire situation we have dug ourselves into, at least have some class.

 
Alejandro Mendez
5 years ago

Be conscious of what you buy in your vacation and in your daily basis. Teach your kids to learn to respect animals and their dignity.
Do not give animal gifts.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

The world is a crazy place. I doubt we can evolve fast enough to save ourselves, mainly thanks to Goverments and Corporations that would rather line their pockets with money.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

People are sick, there is no need to kill these animals for souvenirs. We don't going around hunting people for souvenirs so why hunt these beautiful animals.