Hundreds of endangered species, from big cats and elephants to rhinos and pangolins, are victims of illegal wildlife trafficking. Sometimes, it seems as though the demand for the fur, horns, and bones of endangered species will not cease until there are no more of these animals left in the world.

Help Dr. Jane and Roots & Shoots members around the world save species from extinction by ending the demand for illegal wildlife products. Join Jane’s Traffic Stop, a campaign to spread awareness about wildlife trafficking and stop it in its tracks. By using the enormous power of social media, we can turn one voice into the voice of millions to end wildlife trafficking for good.

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Blog: Jane's Traffic Stop: The Fight to End Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

Infographic: African Wildlife Foundation

Fact Sheet: World Wildlife Fund




Video: Dr. Jane Goodall & Dr. Iain Douglas-Hamilton ask for our help to save the elephants


Video: Global March for Elephants and Rhinos 2016


Video: It's Dead Serious



Video: We're a Planet at the Crossroads - National Geographic

Video: Be Informed. Buy Informed. - USWTA, Discovery

Homepage: Wild for Life - UNEP