Rhino’s horn, pangolin scales, tiger tail – all parts of wild animals that can be bought on the black market. They are subject to trafficking as much as drugs, weapons or people, and cause severe damages – from the illegal trading with turtles and black caviar, to the routes for more exotic species. Ian Jackson, Conservation Director at WWF Bulgaria, has dedicated 20 years of his life to protecting the habitats of East Africa and Southeast Asia. He will shed some light over the devastating consequences of poaching wild animals.
In English, translation to Bulgarian.