​World Wildlife Crime Report

  • On 13th May, 2024, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) released the 3rd edition of a report, titled the World Wildlife Crime Report 2024.
  • The report highlighted reduction in elephant ivory and rhino horn trafficking, but noted that wildlife trade remains a concern globally.
  • It notes a solid decline in poaching, seizures, and market prices for elephant ivory and rhino horn over the past decade.
  • Elephants, crocodiles, pangolins, and rosewood are among the most commonly seized species, highlighting the diversity of wildlife targeted by ....
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