Historically, getting a wild species to keep as a pet, more commonly known as an exotic pet, was a small-scale operation. Today, these animals are part of a much larger operation – a multibillion dollar global industry.
Alarming evidence launched today by World Animal Protection reveals a deadly trade of jaguar body parts being trafficked illegally for the use of traditional Asian medicine from the South American country of Suriname.
Our partner Education for Nature (ENV) fights to curb the demand for bear bile and put a stop to bear bile farming. Read about a day in the life of ENV's vice-director, Ha Bui, and share in her dedicated work to protect bears from suffering