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WILDLABS Community Apr 15
We've been working with the and in a research pilot exploring how could help fight . The report is out today. Learn more:
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BiologySociety_SA Apr 14
"In many cases as a species becomes increasingly rare, the price goes up and so does the desire to have it." In episode 3 of the , we discuss the global issue of
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techUK 22h
Fantastic report from & on a Data Trust pilot to aid the fight against the illegal wildlife trade - read it here
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Craig Melson Apr 17
Space and earth observation satellites are awesome
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Mariah Millington 🐟 Apr 14
A red arowana, worth several thousands in Queensland, w. prices driven by high demand and it's black listed/banned status. Fantastic they stopped this smuggling but very concerning this was a random selection- I'm surprised x-rays didn't pick it up!
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Environmental Investigation Agency Apr 17
Personal seal sellers overlook illegal export from
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Environmental Investigation Agency 21h
: 2,272 pieces of , horns & other products seized in to be destroyed
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BSI Supply Chain Apr 9
Smuggled spiders? An individual was arrested by Filipino authorities for attempting to smuggle over 750 live tarantulas into the country. Shipped from Poland, the arachnids were stored in boxes of cookies and pastries.
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Kaddu Sebunya Apr 16
The size of this bust represents at least 1375 dead elephants. Hopefully this seizure has disrupted a major network of poachers and traffickers. We need to end via
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Emily Wilson Apr 16
Singapore discovers world's largest shipment of smuggled pangolin scales
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WILD Foundation Apr 15
has seized more than 28 tons of pangolin scales (coming from more than 38k of the endangered mammals). Thank you to their government for maintaining vigilance & for tackling the !
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Peter Stoett Apr 13
Hard to believe this but we need to spread the word: pangolin “scales” are NOT medicinal!
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Mariah Millington 🐟 Apr 15
444kg of totoaba fish swim bladders seized equates to $26 million! Crazy how in-demand this harmful and pointless is, and how it goes hand in hand with organised crime and drug trafficking.
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Matt Shirley Apr 15
Working hard to classify 3.6 tons of pangolin scales by species!! First time this has ever been tried - need to know species representation in trade!
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Heather Davies Apr 9
Replying to @EcojoeHuang @eBay and 2 others
I know some undergrads that regularly scroll through and looking for items for sale, and report them to the for fun/principle, and for possible reward money. Tuition ain’t cheap.
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Orion McCarthy Apr 10
Appalling and saddening news - the latest seizure of scales equates to roughly 36,000 pangolins, a crushing blow to these endangered species. We need global action to curb the
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Audrey Tan Apr 10
Replying to @STaudreyt
That two record shipments of illegal wildlife parts passed through our waters within the span of a week probably means that traders had successfully exported them via Singapore on numerous other occasions.
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prisca Apr 14
Took these last week, at the screening of as a way of educating & discussing the depth of in & the with fellow students at . This is thought provoking, big congrats for the expose &
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Pat Awori Apr 15
! ! !!Chinese customs seize record smuggling ivory tusks - Xinhua | .cnhttp://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2019-04/15/c_137978425.htm#0-twi-1-96801-7250227817ecdff034dc9540e6c76667
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Environmental Investigation Agency Apr 16
: Chinese horn smugglers found guilty of money laundering after appeal
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