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Where does most poaching happen?

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Ricki Lockhart

on 9 June 2014

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Transcript of Where does most poaching happen?

Most poaching happens in Zimbabwe, which is a country in Africa. The second country with the most poaching is Kenya, which is also in Africa. More than half of the worlds poaching happens in Africa because there are a lot of rare animals there.
Where does most poaching happen?
Each year there are more than 5000 different species that die due to poaching.
there is about 96 that die each week, and more than 13 die each day. (This was in 2010). Alot of animals die each year.
How much poaching happens each year?
People poach to collect animal hides, skins, and other parts that can be used for clothing, food, and medicine. Some animals are kept by people as pets, and some animals are used for trade.
Why do people poach?
There are alot of animals endangered/extinct due to poaching such as:
Wooly mammoth, tiger, polar bears, muskox, seals, sharks, narwhal, bald eagle, rhinos, and elephants. There are more than 17,000 animals endangered due to poaching.
What animals are endangered due to poaching?
By Ricki
A poacher is someone hunts and captures animals illegally or hunts out of season.

Interesting Facts
There is an anti-poaching foundation that was founded in 2009. Rhinos horns can be used as medicine. Lots of poaching happens in Africa because there are alot of cool and rare animals there.
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