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Entries in Mammals - elephants (35)

Wednesday
Nov 01 2017

Golden Triangle under spotlight as illegal wildlife trade hub

Bangkok, Thailand, 2nd November 2017—Tigers, elephants, bears and pangolins are four of the most widely traded species in the Golden Triangle—the border area where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar connect—according to a new report.

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Wednesday
Oct 25 2017

New analyses reveal elephant poaching and global ivory trafficking continue at high unsustainable levels in 2016

Geneva, Switzerland, 25th October 2017—new analyses find the elephant poaching situation in Africa and levels of global ivory trafficking remain as critical threats to the survival of Africa’s iconic pachyderms.

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Thursday
Sep 07 2017

New TRAFFIC Study Lifts Lid on Central Africa Ivory Markets

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Yaoundé, Cameroon, 7th September 2017—Weak governance, corruption and shifting trade dynamics are significant factors seriously undermining the control of ivory trafficking throughout five countries in Central Africa, according to a new TRAFFIC study launched today.

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Monday
Feb 13 2017

Malaysia busts wanted elephant poaching gang

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 13th February 2017—Malaysian authorities have nabbed a gang of seven men they termed the "most wanted elephant hunters" in Peninsular Malaysia together with the seizure of explosives, guns and parts of tusks.

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Wednesday
Dec 07 2016

WWF and TRAFFIC’s ivory initiative receives top media award in China

Beijing, China, 7th December 2016—The joint WWF and TRAFFIC ivory initiative has been recognized at the Global Fashion & Charity Annual Festival 2016 held in Beijing for its contribution towards raising awareness for protecting elephants and calling on the public to stop buying ivory products.

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Thursday
Sep 08 2016

Malaysia key conduit in global illegal ivory trade

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 8th September 2016—A new TRAFFIC analysis points to Malaysia as the world's paramount ivory transit country, with its ports serving as a major gateway for the flow of tonnes of illicit ivory between Africa and Asia.

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Monday
May 09 2016

Sophisticated poachers could undercut bold Kenyan fight against wildlife crime in this key African transit country

Nairobi, Kenya 9th May, 2016—Kenya is taking a bold stand against wildlife crime through improved enforcement action, higher penalties for wildlife criminals and last year it was the only African range State to report a significant fall in the numbers of rhinos poached.

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Monday
Apr 25 2016

New study casts light on changing wildlife consumption patterns in Japan


Tokyo, Japan, 25 April 2016
—A TRAFFIC study launched today provides powerful insights into how Japan changed from being the world’s largest market for rhino horn and elephant ivory during the country’s economic boom in the 1970s and 1980s, to a point where only a small fraction of the domestic market exists today.

The report, Setting Suns: the Historical Decline of Ivory and Rhino Horn Markets in Japan , documents in detail the changes that led to the marked decline in both markets.

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