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It's time to pick a side in the fight against illegal wildlife trade! unitedforwildlife.org ‪#‎WhoseSideAreYouOn‬
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Illegal trade in #pangolins has reached epic proportions. +Wildlife Alliance's #rangers work day and night, removing nets and rescuing them before it's too late.
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Earlier this week all the partners of United for Wildlife met with The Duke of Cambridge to discuss next steps toward achieving our commitments: bit.ly/ufwcommitments #WhoseSideAreYouOn

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#Ndotto was rescued from a remote mountaintop by helicopter! Help the +The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT)  secure a future for him, and for the other 77 #elephant and #rhino orphans in their care > sheldrickwildlifetrust.org
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So nice to know these beautiful animals like  Ndotto are being looked after and kept from harm of poachers!!!
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As poachers target older #matriarchs for their large #tusks, a generation of young, orphaned African #elephants is growing up without guidance. The consequences can be deadly. During Tanzania’s drought of 1993, matriarchs that endured a similar event decades earlier knew where to lead their herds for food and water. Groups with matriarchs too young to remember the previous drought lost more than half of their calves that year.

From 96elephants.org/chapter-1, +Wildlife Conservation Society 
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The +Born Free Foundation rescues #cheetahs and many other animals from illegal pet trade! Connect with them to learn more.
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This video is from our free online course “Introducing conservation”, created and presented by experts in conservation and the environment.
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Our task force is supporting the transport sector to break the chains between suppliers and consumers of illegal wildlife products. Earlier this week The #DukeofCambridge joined our second task force meeting.

Illegal wildlife trafficking - as with other cross-border criminal activities - piggybacks on the complex supply chains used for legal trade. We must urgently raise awareness of the poaching crisis across the transport industry, and identify tangible means for them to play a part in stopping the trade. Our long term hope is a universal zero-tolerance policy to the trade.

bit.ly/ufwtaskforce
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"We are up against it. This isn't an issue we have 10 or even five years to work on. We need results now." The Duke of Cambridge speaking earlier today with our task force: bit.ly/ufwtransport #illegalwildlifetrade   #bigcats   #elephant   #elephants   #rhino   #rhinos   #pangolin   #pangolins   #iwt   #tiger   #tigers   #princewilliam   #dukeofcambridge  #WhoseSideAreYouOn
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Illegal wildlife trade is worth over €17 billion globally per year. The +Born Free Foundation works to end wildlife trafficking: bit.ly/1CMyTYU #cheetah   #cheetahs  
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In 2014, 6.7 tons of African #pangolin scales were confiscated in Asia. In 2013, the number was just over 600KG. 
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Seven of the biggest conservation organisations in the world, collaborating to put an end to illegal wildlife trade. #WhoseSideAreYouOn