animal poaching


Animal poaching is surprisingly increasing. Even though many campaigns and organizations are influencing the world on the impacts of poaching, the problem is getting worse.

Wildlife is sending us signals to stop poaching. According to a recent study shows that elephants’ tusks are getting smaller. So maybe this is a sing of nature to alarm us in protecting wildlife.

I’m always pushing for human responsibility. Given that chimpanzees and many other animals are sentient and sapient, then we should treat them with respect.

Jane Goodall

Yet one of the main reasons for this rising issue is the booming economy of China. Because of rich Asian people, wildlife products are high in demand.

Another reason is rich people all over the world that they see wildlife poaching a luxurious sport or they want to own an exotic animal as a pet.

Even though wildlife trading is illegal in many countries, wildlife poaching should stop not only for animals but also for us. Without realizing it we are also affected because wildlife is vanishing.

In this episode, there are four impacts of wildlife poaching that show the impacts on humans. These four reasons should be the ones to urge us to stop wildlife poaching forever.

So do you want to stop animal poaching? Do not buy the products! If the demand drops then there will be no need to kill.

Wherever there are wild animals in the world, there is always an opportunity for caring, compassion and kindness.

Paul Oxton

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With love…for science,


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