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[WARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES] Wildlife crime is dead serious. This low-risk, high-profit crime threatens some of the world’s best-loved species and the rangers that protect them. http://bit.ly/16woDbz Episode three (in a five-part series) of SWC campaign videos produced by WWFUS with footage and interviews from WWF offices around the world. Contains interviews with experts in government, security and conservation including Robert Hormats, Former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment, Ginette Hemley, Senior Vice President, Conservation Strategy & Science, WWF, Crawford Allan, Director, TRAFFIC North America, WWF, Marshall Jones, Senior Conservation Advisor, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, Christy Williams, Coordinator, Asian Rhino and Elephant Action Strategy, WWF, Barney Long, Director, Species Protection and Asian Species Conservation Program, WWF, Diwakar Chapagain, Wildlife Trade Control Coordinator, WWF-Nepal, Peter Knights, Executive Director, WildAid, and Elizabeth Bennett, Vice President, Species Conservation, Wildlife Conservation Society. This episode (air on September 15) highlights the issue of the killing of tigers for their parts. Follow all of WWF’s wildlife trafficking documentary footage released every Sunday at 7 pm EDT in September 2013 on World Wildlife Fund’s YouTube channel by subscribing now and using the hashtag #StopWildlifeCrime while you watch. RID: 3723
Oh, amazing planet: Stunning portraits of Canadian moths by photographer Jim des Rivières. A fine addition to these extraordinary photos of animals like you’ve never seen them before.