Every 12 Hours
A Rhino Is Killed
For its Horn
Anti-Poaching Campaign Goals
Did You Know...?
Black Market Tigers
The illicit wildlife and plant trade is estimated to be worth $70-213 billion a year and infringes on natural resources of countries and wealth of businesses around the world.
Poaching is contributing to the extinction of hundreds of species, including tigers, bears, elephants, and rhinoceroses.
It is estimated that between 30,000 and 38,000 elephants are poached annually for their tusks.
Baby gorillas are being poached and stolen from the wild, sold for as much as $40,000 each.
Big-horned sheep antlers can fetch $20,000 on the black market.
In Africa, thousands of animals are poached every day illegally for either the bushmeat trade or for the illegal wildlife trade
Join us to see what a day in the life of an anti-poaching team is like!
In Dete, Zimbabwe with the Painted Dog Conservation Anti-Poaching Rangers