December 04, 2020 - Euronews
They were created by conservation charity, WWF to mark World Wildlife Conservation Day. The day was first started in 2012 to draw attention to the global problem of wildlife trafficking.
It is difficult to estimate because dangerous international networks carry out its kind of crime, but experts at TRAFFIC believe that the illegal wildlife trade is worth billions of euros every year.
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