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Daily Mail
Inside Chinese park where endangered tigers are trained- between critically endangered and vulnerable - on the red list of Internation
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
- between critically endangered and vulnerable - on the red list of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). World Wildlife Fund had a record of 3,890 Siberian tigers remaining in the wild as of 2017. A Chinese trainer cracks a whip... Read more
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Times News
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
Times News / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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Newsmax
Wildlife Officials Determine Bald Eagle Had Lead Poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Bengal tiger seized in Tijuana after falling from terracewith some 2,500 individuals currently surviving in the wild, mostly on the Indi
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
with some 2,500 individuals currently surviving in the wild, mostly on the Indian subcontinent, according to the World Wildlife Fund. Illegal demand for the tigers as “status symbols, decorative items and folk cures has increased... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Endangered dolphin calves sighted in CambodiaCambodia, showing encouraging signs of further stabilisation of the Mekong Irra
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 3 days ago
Cambodia, showing encouraging signs of further stabilisation of the Mekong Irrawaddy dolphin population in Cambodia. The World Wildlife Fund said on Tuesday that WWF-Cambodia welcomed the births of two dolphin calves in the Mekong Flooded Forest... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
Darien News-Review / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
The New Canaan News / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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CTV News
Ottawa, Inuit agree to create Canada's biggest marine protection areaheart of our region.” One sticking point were the 30 oil and gas exploration l
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
heart of our region.” One sticking point were the 30 oil and gas exploration leases given up by Shell Canada after the World Wildlife Fund took the company to court to argue they were no longer valid. David Miller, former Toronto mayor and... Read more
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Calgary Sun
'Sustainable beef' coming to a supermarket near yousigned on for the pilot. Bob Lowe, chairman of Alberta Beef Producers, said su
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
signed on for the pilot. Bob Lowe, chairman of Alberta Beef Producers, said support from environmental groups like the World Wildlife Fund is necessary in order to secure public support in the face of criticisms from healthy eating gurus and... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Bengal tiger seized in Tijuana after falling from terracewith some 2,500 individuals currently surviving in the wild, mostly on the Indi
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
with some 2,500 individuals currently surviving in the wild, mostly on the Indian subcontinent, according to the World Wildlife Fund. Illegal demand for the tigers as “status symbols, decorative items and folk cures has increased... Read more
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Gulf News
Pakistan’s ‘Billion Tree Tsunami’ surpasses Bonn challenge commitmenthave already boosted local incomes, generated thousands of green jobs, and empo
Gulf News / Posted 3 days ago
have already boosted local incomes, generated thousands of green jobs, and empowered unemployed youth and women.Experts at World Wildlife Fund-Pakistan believe the campaign has been an environmental, economic and social success, with one of the... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 4 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoningeducation expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals th
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 4 days ago
education expert, the bird could have picked up lead from scavenging animals that were shot or from a fishing sinker. The World Wildlife Fund notes that after being protected under the Endangered Species Act, the bald eagle population in the lower... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
A man hunting elephants is killed in an elephant stampede, officials saybefore they could find a safe spot from which to take aim. Monzalvez had a hun
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 4 days ago
before they could find a safe spot from which to take aim. Monzalvez had a hunting permit, local media reported. The World Wildlife Fund lists African elephants as “vulnerable,” with 415,000 now living in the wild, down from 3 million to 5... Read more
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Herald Sun
The Prince of Gaffes we won't forgetwere any more dangerous that people who used golf clubs, tennis rackets or cric
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
were any more dangerous that people who used golf clubs, tennis rackets or cricket bats. In 1993 during a meeting with the World Wildlife Fund, the Duke stunned guests with a strange review of Cantonese cuisine.media_cameraQueen Elizabeth II Prince... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The Prince of Gaffes we won't forgetwere any more dangerous that people who used golf clubs, tennis rackets or cric
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
were any more dangerous that people who used golf clubs, tennis rackets or cricket bats. In 1993 during a meeting with the World Wildlife Fund, the Duke stunned guests with a strange review of Cantonese cuisine.media_cameraQueen Elizabeth II Prince... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Pollution fears dim Norway's oil hopescoral reef and a breeding area for 70 percent of all fish caught in the Norwegi
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
coral reef and a breeding area for 70 percent of all fish caught in the Norwegian and Barents seas, according to the World Wildlife Fund. The islands also host mainland Europe's biggest seabird colony. Opponents of oil exploration argue a... Read more
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BC Local News
Whale deaths:Ottawa orders ships to slow downlittle time to get used to this idea and adjust their voyage planning in order
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
little time to get used to this idea and adjust their voyage planning in order to compensate for it." In a statement, the World Wildlife Fund Canada called the speed restriction a "good start," but said making the measure permanent is one of many... Read more
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The Irish Times
Auction results and forthcoming salessilver spirit kettle (€350-€450); a William IV mahogany library table (€600-€80
The Irish Times / Posted 7 days ago
silver spirit kettle (€350-€450); a William IV mahogany library table (€600-€800); and a from a stamp collection a set of World Wildlife Fund First-Day Covers, 28 Volumes - 1983-2013 - Information Sheets and Stamps’ (€250-€350). Viewing from... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Hong Kong cleans up 93 tonnes of palm oilgovernment said preliminary tests showed few traces of oil in affected areas.
Eye Witness News / Posted 10 days ago
government said preliminary tests showed few traces of oil in affected areas. Samantha Lee, conservation manager at the World Wildlife Fund in Hong Kong, said 1,000 tonnes of palm oil spilled into the water after the vessels collided, out of a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Hong Kong cleans up 93 tonnes of palm oil; beaches smothered by spillgovernment said preliminary tests showed few traces of oil in affected areas.
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 days ago
government said preliminary tests showed few traces of oil in affected areas. Samantha Lee, conservation manager at the World Wildlife Fund in Hong Kong, said 1,000 tonnes of palm oil spilled into the water after the vessels collided, out of a... Read more
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Inquirier.net
‘The greener way is not a compromise’at Central Square, Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. A p
Inquirier.net / Posted 10 days ago
at Central Square, Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. A project of the National Youth Council of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Philippines and the SSI Group, Inc., Green Wanderer presents a wide range of sustainable travel... Read more
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Newsweek
In Kruger Park, South Africa, black poachers are hunted as much as their preyconservationists are pushing massive relocation programs. Since poachers wiped
Newsweek / Posted 11 days ago
conservationists are pushing massive relocation programs. Since poachers wiped out the rhinos in Botswana, groups like the World Wildlife Fund and other deep-pocketed conservationists have been relocating South African rhinos to areas in Botswana... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Shoreline clean up set for Brentwood Bay areaevery province and territory in Canada. By 2010 the Vancouver Aquarium began de
Oak Bay News / Posted 11 days ago
every province and territory in Canada. By 2010 the Vancouver Aquarium began delivering the program in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund and the sponsorship of Loblaws Canada. “What’s amazing is that these numbers, as much as they are really... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Shoreline clean up set for Brentwood Bay areaevery province and territory in Canada. By 2010 the Vancouver Aquarium began de
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
every province and territory in Canada. By 2010 the Vancouver Aquarium began delivering the program in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund and the sponsorship of Loblaws Canada. “What’s amazing is that these numbers, as much as they are really... Read more
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Perth Now
Palm oil blobs cover Hong Kong beachescm)deep into Hong Kong's sprawling, sandy beaches making it difficult to clean.
Perth Now / Posted 11 days ago
cm)deep into Hong Kong's sprawling, sandy beaches making it difficult to clean. Samantha Lee, conservation manager at the World Wildlife Fund in Hong Kong, said that while palm oil is thought of as non-toxic, it would oxidize under Hong Kong's hot... Read more
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Weekly Times
Palm oil blobs cover Hong Kong beachescm)deep into Hong Kong's sprawling, sandy beaches making it difficult to clean.
Weekly Times / Posted 11 days ago
cm)deep into Hong Kong's sprawling, sandy beaches making it difficult to clean. Samantha Lee, conservation manager at the World Wildlife Fund in Hong Kong, said that while palm oil is thought of as non-toxic, it would oxidize under Hong Kong's hot... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Palm oil blobs cover Hong Kong beachescm)deep into Hong Kong's sprawling, sandy beaches making it difficult to clean.
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
cm)deep into Hong Kong's sprawling, sandy beaches making it difficult to clean. Samantha Lee, conservation manager at the World Wildlife Fund in Hong Kong, said that while palm oil is thought of as non-toxic, it would oxidize under Hong Kong's hot... Read more
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News.com.au
Palm oil blobs cover Hong Kong beachescm)deep into Hong Kong's sprawling, sandy beaches making it difficult to clean.
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
cm)deep into Hong Kong's sprawling, sandy beaches making it difficult to clean. Samantha Lee, conservation manager at the World Wildlife Fund in Hong Kong, said that while palm oil is thought of as non-toxic, it would oxidize under Hong Kong's hot... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Unpredictableis redefining what monsoon rains– locally known as ‘hanging habagat’ – are to F
Pilipino Star / Posted 13 days ago
is redefining what monsoon rains– locally known as ‘hanging habagat’ – are to Filipinos…According to Jose Maria Tan (of World Wildlife Fund, Philippines), the monsoon rains should not be a surprise given the change in climate patterns. She said,... Read more
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The New Yorker
Carol’s Closet: Clothing for Adult WomenIt’s summer! Time to fill your commemorative World Wildlife Fund cup with some
The New Yorker / Posted 13 days ago
It’s summer! Time to fill your commemorative World Wildlife Fund cup with some iced rooibos chai and peruse the new collection from Carol’s Closet, your source for clothing that’s slightly hipper than Hillary Clinton’s but not quite as racy as... Read more
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The Economic Times
Extreme weather events 'could kill 150,000 a year'is a dire warning that worldwide policy needs to change to address the dangers
The Economic Times / Posted 14 days ago
is a dire warning that worldwide policy needs to change to address the dangers - and effects - of climate change, said the World Wildlife Fund. "The evidence keeps on stacking up - climate change should be one of our top public policy concerns,"... Read more
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Daily Mail
Ivory from 100 slaughtered elephants is crushed in Central Parkselling the ivory The owners of the Metropolitan Fine Arts & Antiques store ha
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
selling the ivory The owners of the Metropolitan Fine Arts & Antiques store have agreed to pay $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund which protects elephants from poaching Actress Kristen Davis and singer Mick Fleetwood were on hand to... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Seized ivory crushed in illegal trade fightin 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. More than 270 tons of ivory... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Central Park ceremony held to crush 2 tons of seized ivoryin 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
Lake Placid News / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Illegal ivory worth millions pulverizedin 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store’s
Calgary Sun / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store’s owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Meanwhile, a Chinese woman was... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Seized ivory crushed in New York's Central Parkguilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donat
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate 100,000 dollars (£76,000) each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. More than 270 tons of ivory... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal tradein 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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The Morning Call
2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal tradein 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
The Morning Call / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal tradein 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal tradein 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal tradein 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal tradein 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal tradein 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
WGEM Quincy / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
2 tons of seized ivory crushed to protest illegal tradein 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's o
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. In pleading guilty last week to illegally selling ivory, the store's owners agreed to donate $100,000 each to the World Wildlife Fund and Wild Tomorrow Fund for their endangered species protection projects. Also headed for the crusher was... Read more
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