New Report Reveals Disturbing Trends in Tiger Trafficking

Bengal Tiger in Kamataka, India. Photo: Paul Mannix Johannesburg, South Africa, 29th September 2016—a new report from TRAFFIC and WWF found no evidence of any diminution in tiger trafficking across Asia. Seized body parts equate to at least 1755 tigers confiscated between 2000 and 2015—an average of more than two animals per week. Published ahead … More New Report Reveals Disturbing Trends in Tiger Trafficking

Wildlife Witness App Helps Stop Trafficking

If you’re traveling to Southeast Asia, there is an app that will allow you to identify and report wildlife that is being illegally traded. In 2014 Sydney’s Taronga Zoo partnered with TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, to create Wildlife Witness, the first global community action smartphone app in the fight against illegal wildlife trade. … More Wildlife Witness App Helps Stop Trafficking