Wildlife Trade On The Internet
Straight from International Fund for Animal Welfare's website:
Killing with Keystrokes: Wildlife Trade on the Internet The Internet has become the world's biggest marketplace, one that is open for business 24 hours a day, seven days a week. As unregulated and anonymous as it is unlimited, the Internet provides endless opportunities for illegal criminal activities and transactions. Increasingly, the Internet is a means by which the illicit trade in wildlife is conducted: a trade so great that it is now estimated to be second only to rival illegal trafficking in drugs and weapons.
Investigations into the illegal wildlife trade on the Internet conducted by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) since 2004 have revealed staggeringly high numbers of wildlife products traded daily. Read More....
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