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HandsOffOurElephants Jul 17
Why law enforcement authorities need to apply their collective experience in drug trafficking investigations to the illegal wildlife trade.
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wildlifedirect 12h
Legal markets fuel demand for poached and horn and undermine global efforts to protect and . We call on and the to close their markets urgently!
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Bigfoot Adventures Limited Apr 13
We're already marching. Join us on the tag
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Channel 5 News Apr 13
Thousands on people in Kenya have marched on the capital, Nairobi, to demand an end to trading in ivory and other endangered animal products. The demonstrations come ahead of a major global meeting on international trade next month. |
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Conservation Intl.-Africa Apr 13
Globally, the is the most heavily trafficked wild mammal with up to 2.7M pangolins a year hunted in alone. Help by ending their illegal commercial trade.
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wildlifedirect Jul 11
must close its market, current measures are insufficient to control the trade. We urge Japan to protect our ! 👉
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HandsOffOurElephants May 7
Heads of state attending the Botswana Elephant Summit want to be able to sell huge stockpiles of ivory to boost funds for conservation and anti-poaching. What is your opinion? Read more via
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Greenpeace Kenya Apr 12
The animals can't speak for themselves but its us to stand up and fight for their rights.
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Trish Sewe Mar 28
Did you know that there are just about 2000 lions remaining in the wild in ? On April 13, I will be marching to call on countries like Japan and EU to close their domestic markets because should not be put for sale. .
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Realedge Africa Apr 13
The future generations deserve to see them 🐘🦏
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KWS Apr 13
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Hon. Joyce Lay Apr 13
Walked from to T-mall 🙌🏾 good job son!
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Greenpeace Durban Apr 13
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wildlifedirect Jun 20
Threats facing giraffes in Kenya include habitat loss, climate change, poaching & indiscriminate snaring and the risk of local & international trade. Learn more about giraffes and on 🦒Reticulated Giraffe
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KWS Apr 13
CS today lauded the band for a great performance at the Kudos to the band
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Rhinospiracy Apr 12
(QUOTE 18/44) And yet in an April 2017 newsletter by the PROA, hypocrite Pelham Jones repeats figures from a PROA/RMG survey undertaken in 2015 which claims 85% of private owners support trade
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Najib Balala Apr 13
Replying to @tunajibu
I commend all participants for your contribution in ensuring that the voiceless endengared species are not persecuted for monetary gains.
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Save the Elephants Apr 11
Ivory poaching for the illegal wildlife trade is a major threat facing elephants with 100,000 of them estimatedly killed for their ivory between 2010 – 2012.
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Halley Davince Jul 15
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wildlifedirect Jul 15
, the USA, China, UK, France, Belgium, Hong Kong, Singapore, & Taiwan have closed or are taking steps to close their domestic ivory markets? We call on and the to close their markets urgently! Learn more:
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