Bloody slaughter, animal paradise was Bloodbath

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Bloody slaughter, animal paradise was Bloodbath

2016-08-03 06:37:31 393 ℃
In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.Africa is the hometown of elephants, is also an elephant's paradise, has the world's largest elephant population. But now, the African elephant is suffering a massive slaughter, this piece of Paradise once have been stained with blood.In Botswana, animal protection organizations issued a warning, the African elephant poaching rate alarmingly high, if unchecked, Africa will an elephant in a loss of 20% in the next 10 years, and in some areas, elephants will likely become extinct. Central Africa, for example, is two times the average African continent.Due to changes in the environment and climate and the impact of humans, the number of elephants in Africa has declined sharply in the last 100 years. In 1900, Africa has 10 million elephants, in 1980, the number of African elephants fell to 1 million 200 thousand, and at present, the only 500 thousand African elephants.Poverty and poor management are the main reasons for the high poaching rate of elephants in Africa. And illegal trade is also an important driving force for pirates.Without trade, there would be no killing. As a result of the pursuit of ivory products, illegal ivory trade amounted to 10 billion dollars a year. Over the past ten years, the price of ivory on the black market has risen 10 times. Each kilogram of ivory cost more than $2000. An adult elephant can weigh as much as 20 kilograms of ivory, which means that the price of a full ivory is as high as $40 thousand.Although the phenomenon of illegal poaching in Africa is very grim, but not without hope of change. The endangered wild animals and plants for the Convention on international trade in "Secretary John & middot; Siganlun comprehensive analysis in recent years, the African elephant poaching data believes that in recent years the African elephant pirates hunting trend as a whole is relatively stable, if increased efforts to crack down on the illegal ivory trade and public attention, in the future, or will be able to reverse the situation of African elephant populations will continue to reduce.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.In many areas, such as Southeast Asia, the rhino horn has been considered to be in short supply, which has led to many pirates killing the African rhino. In order to protect the animals not for face extinction because of poaching risk, South Africa and its neighbours lifting a rhino conservation movement and combat poaching of war.