Sunday, December 23, 2012

Inside Wildlife Crime by James Morgan for WWF

On the trail of wildlife crime from Gabon to Thailand, following the burning of ivory in Gabon to the seizure of ivory and smuggled tiger kittens in Thailand.

Wildlife crime not only threatens nature's most iconic species, but exacerbates poverty and corruption, funding an entire spectrum of related international crime. These images trace the story from beginning to end, across continents, offering a sense of the fragility of the human lives that lie in its wake. Photo and video by James Morgan

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