Posts Tagged ‘ wildlife trade ’

How we cracked the illegal Hatha Jodi trade

28. Juni 2017
How we cracked the illegal Hatha Jodi trade

Jose Louies Jun 29 2017 The following blog is a first-person account on how the International Fund for Animal Welfare-Wildlife Trust of Ind read more
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Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

22. Juni 2017
Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

James Isiche Jun 22 2017 Elephant numbers are on the rise in the Tsavo Conservation Area. After reviewing data collected in the ten-day aerial elephant census conducted this February, the elephant population there has risen to 12,866. read more
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Stepnoy Sanctuary welcomes new generation of saiga

Stepnoy Sanctuary welcomes new generation of saiga

Dr. Maria (Masha) N. Vorontsova Jun 20 2017 This blog comes to us from Vladimir Kalmykov, Director of the Stepnoy Sanctuary. –MV read more
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INTERPOL research says illegal wildlife trade exists on Darknet

13. Juni 2017
INTERPOL research says illegal wildlife trade exists on Darknet

Tania McCrea-Steele Jun 14 2017 An INTERPOL report has found that some wildlife criminals are turning to the Darknet in their attempts to traffic products made from rhinos read more
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Creating a network to defeat a network

5. Juni 2017

Azzedine Downes Jun 5 2017 Premiere episode of  Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly featured IFAW’s tenBoma program and its architect, Lt Col Faye Cuevas.  read more
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Why some creative poaching solutions fail

2. Juni 2017
Why some creative poaching solutions fail

Rikkert Reijnen Jun 2 2017 Poaching is an epidemic. Seeing carcasses of giant, majestic animals like elephants and rhinoceroses slaughtered for their ivory and horn evokes anger and frustration. read more
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Donated ivory fingerprinting kit helps nab 15 trafficking suspects

2. Juni 2017

Jacqueline Nyagah Jun 2 2017 read more
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Another pangolin scale seizure reinforces need for protection

31. Mai 2017
Another pangolin scale seizure reinforces need for protection

Mark Hofberg May 31 2017 Just three weeks after the last massive pangolin seizure in Kuala read more
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Coral smuggling degrades environment, economy

25. Mai 2017
Coral smuggling degrades environment, economy

Dima Abo Kous May 25 2017 Due to their brilliant composition, design, and strategic locations, coral reefs serve superbly as natural shock absorbers from the relentless force of the sea. By absorbing energy from gentle or powerful waves, coral reefs protect beaches from erosion, preventing water from easily cutting into mounds of sand that...
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Wildlife Crimes Investigation Unit leads to Zambian ivory trafficker arrest

23. Mai 2017
Wildlife Crimes Investigation Unit leads to Zambian ivory trafficker arrest

Mike Labuschagne May 23 2017 Zambia-Malawi Border. read more
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European Commission guidance: No more raw ivory exports

16. Mai 2017
European Commission guidance: No more raw ivory exports

Eleonora Panella May 16 2017 read more
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More poisoned arrows used to poach Tsavo elephants

15. Mai 2017
More poisoned arrows used to poach Tsavo elephants

Faye Cuevas, Esq. May 16 2017 In light of a particular trend, I imagine the poaching of an elephant to take place much like this: read more
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