In addition, 3 animals have been poaching every day, because they can be used as an aphrodisiac angle and other similar products. The Internet has made it easier for these criminals to sell.
And this also became Facebook, Google,MicrosoftInterests, Alibaba, Baidu and 15 other technology companies have decided to join WWF, a nonprofit organization that monitors trade in wildlife products, Global Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online.
Every company in the alliance will need to formulate corresponding policies and solutions against the smuggling behavior of network wildlife, and plan to reduce the number of wildlife smuggling by 80% in the next two years.
"This is a critical moment to ensure that social media and e-commerce platforms will not be exploited by wildlife dealers," WWF said in a statement.