Do we need to say more ? China’s rapacious appetite for ivory –closely matched by Thailand and Japan — could spell the end of African elephants in our lifetime.
Here is what the New York Times reports today:
- 25,000 killed in 2011
- More than 30,000 last year
- Wildlife Conservation Society says that more than 60% of African forest elephants have been killed in the last decade — for their tusks!
Read the New York Times editorial
Don’t sit there, do something!
Learn More – National Geographic
World Wildlife Fund check out the anti-poaching campaign
Sign the Wildlife Conservation Society petition now!
Boycott Chinese goods!