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tech companies block more than 11.6 million transactions for endangered wildlife online
By International Fund for Animal Welfare October 15, 2021
Online technology companies reported removing or blocking over 11.6 million listings for endangered species and associated products from their online platforms to date. These listings included live tigers, reptiles, primates and birds for the exotic pet trade, as well as products derived from species like elephants, pangolins and marine turtles.
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