Wildlife for sale: Jaguars are the new trafficking victims in Bolivia

In the past twelve years, Ecuadorian authorities have rescued over 9,000 endangered animals from the trafficking circuit. The authorities have established that most of these animals were drawn from Napo, Sucumbios and Orellana, provinces north of the Ecuadorian Amazon.

Wildlife for sale: Jaguars are the new trafficking victims in Bolivia

Jaguar fangs have become one of the sought-after goods in the Chinese wildlife market, posing a severe threat to Bolivian jaguars. Birds, monkeys and turtles are also frequent victims of the ...

Mon 19 Dec 16 from Mongabay.com

Wildlife for sale: Is it possible to win the fight in Ecuador?

In the past twelve years, Ecuadorian authorities have rescued over 9,000 endangered animals from the trafficking circuit. The authorities have established that most of these animals were drawn ...

Fri 16 Dec 16 from Mongabay.com

Wildlife for sale: An illegal activity out of control in Peru?

More than 67,000 wild animals have been seized over 15 years (between 2000 and 2015). This is a current problem that can be seen when visiting the market of Belen in Iquitos, where it is even ...

Wed 14 Dec 16 from Mongabay.com

Wildlife for sale: affected species and trade routes in Peru

A fifteen-year study of the wildlife trade in Peru found 338 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates are frequently subject to trafficking.

Mon 12 Dec 16 from Mongabay.com

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