The rise of the Internet has revolutionized the way we exchange ideas, information and merchandise. This is largely due to the medium’s ability to facilitate communications and new commercial and social connections around the globe. However, as a result, the Internet is also facilitating the illegal trade in wildlife, which is having a devastating effect on animals, ecosystems and the communities that rely on them worldwide, making it one of the major wildlife conservation challenges of our generation.
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