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Jeremy Hunt Dec 18
😂 Some of my kids' other favourite films would also be a suitable punishment for poachers... 🦁 = Lion King 🐘 = Jungle Book 🦈 = Shark Tale 🐒 = Tarzan 🐻 = Brother Bear Any other suggestions?
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Mark Field MP Apr 5
Over 12 tonnes of pangolin scales worth $52.3 million seized in . Impressive work by the local authorities. Tragic reflection of the devastation organised crime is inflicting on the world's most trafficked mammal. Global action needed to .
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CITES Apr 1
Good news! Operation PRAESIDIO involving 27 countries in Africa & Asia results in 125 arrests & 267 seizures, incl. 4 tonnes of , 783 , 4,819 turtles & tortoises, 1,521 rat snakes
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Kensington Palace Mar 3
“It is time to treat the illegal wildlife trade as the serious organised crime that it is." — The Duke of Cambridge, speaking at the 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference
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Kensington Palace Apr 4
In 2012 The Duke of Cambridge founded , an unprecedented collaboration between seven of the world’s most influential conservation organisations — all working together to . Visit to learn more about their work.
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WWF UK Apr 13
More heartbreaking news for the world’s most trafficked animal. Just months after 27 tonnes of pangolin were seized in Malaysia, a record number of pangolin scales have been found in Singapore. This has to stop.
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Defra UK Feb 16
Happy World Pangolin Day! that pangolins are the most trafficked wild mammal in the world? We’re working to tackle the illegal wildlife trade and work to
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UNODC WLFC Apr 8
Engaging and empowering students to protect natural resources is important for efforts to . Today the team HQ met with experts to review new university module series on wildlife, forest and fisheries crime. ➡️Available online soon!
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Feb 16
Meet the giant rats that are helping to save the endangered pangolin. We've teamed up with and their remarkable rodents to help sniff out pangolin trafficking
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Conservatives Dec 21
Environment Secretary on our ivory ban: "This is an extraordinary achievement to have passed this Act of Parliament. The Ivory Act is a landmark in our fight to protect wildlife and the environment." 🐘🌳💙
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Dec 20
Today the UK's world-leading ivory bill becomes law. It will be one of the toughest ivory bans in the world, and will come into force in late 2019. We want other countries to follow our lead RT if you want elephants to survive 🐘
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CCF Cheetah Apr 7
CHEETAH TRAFFICKING CRISIS IN HORN OF AFRICA REACHING EPIDEMIC STATUS! Please retweet this far and wide!
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CITES Mar 6
Global internet giants, incl. Alibaba, Baidu, Google, eBay, Microsoft, gather to protect with technology. The Alliance aims to reduce illegal wildlife trade online by 80% by 2020 via
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Feb 12
750 pieces of ivory and thousands of pangolin scales have just been seized thanks to UK aid funded scanners. The elephant tusks and pangolin scales were camouflaged in timber. |
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Jeremy Hunt Dec 17
This is why we must stop the international ivory trade - more than 3 tonnes of ivory seized in Cambodia. 500 African elephants will have been slaughtered for this despite numbers falling by 60% in last 30 years.
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Born Free Foundation Feb 16
It’s World Pangolin Day! One million pangolins have been taken from the wild in the last decade. With your support we can stop this cruel trade. Visit:
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CCF Cheetah Feb 24
Thanks to our team in 3 more cubs have been rescued that where stolen from the wild to be sold as pets! These fragile cubs are 3 weeks old and need constant care. This illegal trade has to STOP NOW!
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HandsOffOurElephants Mar 27
Good news as China embarks on a joint initiative with to sensitise its citizens in Kenya on the tough penalties that illegal trade in wildlife, ivory and its products attract.
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Matthew Holden Dec 3
Demand reduction campaigns are promising anti-poaching interventions. Our new paper in @consletters shows that if campaigns cause even small reductions in price, they can be good investments compared to increasing anti-poaching patrols.
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Y4WC Apr 1
"I have been working to implement solutions to ban drum lines and shark nets". Meet Annabel Anderson () our Australian delegate 🇦🇺 joining us for our Y4WC Forum and CoP18.
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