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Animal trafficking

by Mateo Caceres

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Trafficking in species, which 
includes animals and plants, is one
of the most harmful and 
profitable illicit businesses in the world.
This crime against nature moves between 10,000 and 20,000 million euros each year, a figure comparable to that which moves the one that moves and drugs.
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Every day, more than 80 elephants are killed to obtain ivory from their tusks and to continue with the rhythm of extermination, in just 15 years we could be witnesses of the disappearance of wild elephants.
This is just one example of the magnitude of species trafficking, a crime that includes both the illicit trade in live exotic animals and illegal hunting.
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Every day, more than 80 elephants are killed to obtain ivory from their tusks and to continue with the rhythm of extermination, in just 15 years we could be witnesses of the disappearance of wild elephants.
This is just one example of the magnitude of species trafficking, a crime that includes both the illicit trade in live exotic animals and illegal hunting.

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