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Princes Warn Over 'Barbaric' Animal Trade


Prince William and Prince Charles tell a conference that poaching is now "one of the most serious threats to wildlife ever".

 

 

 

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[Homework]2013-05-25 查尔斯王子批评偷猎者

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Killed for its horn the black rhino is now critically endangered, on the black market rhino horn is worth more than gold, here in T zoo where rhino are kept and bred, conservationists say poaching in parts of Africa and Asia has reached epidemic levels.
There is great demand for rhino horn in places like China and Vietnam, people are becoming wealthy in those countries, as more people can afford the products, in the countries that this is used people believe aphrodisiac properties from helping you join a hangover to cancer, none of these has been proven though.
But this is what is happening every single day, animals are shot, their horns cruelly removed, SKY News filmed this scene in the Kruger national park in South Africa earlier this year, in one case so horrific we have to glare it, a rhino has been maimed while still alive. Like his father Prince William has a keen interest in conservation, as a patron of the charity the Tusk Trust, he's previously travelled to Botswana with Prince Harry, in March he spoke out against illegal trade in wildlife.
We must do more to combat this serious crime if we are to reverse the current alarming trends, if not, we can see cease populations of these creatures or even an entire species disappear from the wild, we simply must not let this catastrophe unfold.
Worryingly this increasing evidence the trade in rhino horn and ivory is being driven by international serious organized crime groups, in some cases terrorists. Today's conference will discuss how to fight that and how to reduce demand across the globe, today delegates from around the world will be encouraged to sign a declaration in the Autumn to commit to ending this cruel trade.
Becky Johnson, SKY News.         

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[Homework]2013-05-25 查尔斯王子批评偷猎者

Killed for its horn, the black rhino is now critically endangered. On the black market, rhino horn is worth more than gold. Here in C* zoo, where rhino are kept and bred, conservationists say poaching in parts of Africa and Asia has reached epidemic levels. -There's a great demand for rhino horn in places like China and Vietnam. People are becoming wealthy in those countries and so more people can afford the products. And in these countries, there used to be people believe aph* properties from helping you to cure over a hangover to cancer, and none of these has been proven.
But this is what is happening every single day. Animals are shot, their horn cruelly removed. Sky News filmed these scenes in the Kruger National Park in South Africa earier this year. In one case, so horrific we have to gl* it. A rhino has been maimed, while still alive. Like his father, Prince William has a keen interest in conservation. As a patron of the charity, the Tusk Trust, he's previously traveled to Botswana with Prince Harry. In March, he spoke out against the illegal trade in wildlife.
-We must do more to combat the serious crime, if we are to reverse the current alarming trends. If not, we can soon see some populations of these creatures or even an entail species disappear from the wild. We simply must not let this catastrophe unfold.
-Worryingly, this increasing evidence that trade in rhino horn and ivory is being driven by international serious organized crime groups, in some cases terrorists. Today's conference will discuss how to fight that and how to reduce demand across the globe. Today delegates from around the world will be encouraged to sign a declaration in the autumn to commit to ending this cruel trade.
Becky Johnson, Sky News.

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Killed for its horn, the black rhino is now critically endangered. In black market, rhino horn is worth more than gold. Here in C zoo where rhino are kept and breed, conservationists say poaching in parts of africa and asia has reached eptamic levels.
It is a great demand for rhino horn in places like China or vietnam. People who become wealth in thoes countries are more people who can afford the products. and in those countries in acient year, people believed asmerdix properties for help hangle over to cancer none of these have been proved.
B D says this is happening every single day. animals are shot and their horn are cruelly removed. Sky news filmed this scenes in the K national park in south afria earlier this year.
In one case, so terrific that we have to blur it. a rhino has been remained once still alive.  like his father, Prince William has a keen interest in conservation. as a patron of the charity task trust, he has previous travelled to B with prince Harry. In march, he spoke out to against illegal trade in wild life. we must do more to combat this serious crime if we got to reverse this current alarming trends. If not, we can assume these populations of this creatures or even its higher species disappear from the wild. It's simply catastraphy on fault.
worryingly, this increasing evidence that trade of rhino horn and ivoy is being driven by international series organised crime group in some cases' terriories. Today conference will discuss how to fight that and how to reduce demand across the globe. Today delegates from around the world will be encouraged to sign an decoration in the autumn to commit ending this cruel trade.



















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Killed for its horn the black rhino is now critically endangered. On the black market rhino horn is worth more than gold. Here at Tester Zoo where rhino are kept and bred, conservationists say poaching in parts of Africa and Asia has reached epidemic levels.

There is great demand for rhino horn in places like China and Vietnam, people are becoming wealthy in those countries, as more people can afford the products, and in the countries that this is used people believe as medicinal properties from helping you cure a hangover to cancer. None of these has been proven.

But this is what is happening every single day, animals are shot, their horns cruelly removed, SKY News filmed this scene in the Kruger national park in South Africa earlier this year. In one case so horrific we have to blur it, a rhino has been maimed while still alive.

Like his father Prince William has a keen interest in conservation. As a patron of the charity the Tusk Trust, he's previously travelled to Botswana with Prince Harry. In March he spoke out against illegal trade in wildlife.

We must do more to combat this serious crime if we are to reverse the current alarming trends. If not, we could see in ceasing populations of these creatures or even an entire species disappear from the wild. We simply must not let this catastrophe unfold.

Worryingly there is increasing evidence that trade in rhino horn and ivory is being driven by international serious organized crime groups, in some cases terrorists. Today's conference will discuss how to fight that and how to reduce demand across the globe.

Today delegates from around the world will be encouraged to sign a declaration in the Autumn to commit to ending this cruel trade.
Becky Johnson, SKY News.
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Killed for its horn, the black rhino is now critically endangered. On the black market, rhino horn is worth more than gold. Here in Chest Zoo where rhino are kept and bred, conservationists say poaching in parts of Africa and Asia has reached epidemic levels.

“There is great demand for rhino horn in places like China and Vietnam, people are becoming wealthy in those countries, so more people can afford the products, and in the countries that is used people believe aphrodisiac properties from helping you join a hangover to cancer, and none of these has been proven then.”

But this is what is happening every single day. Animals are shot, their horns cruelly removed. Sky News films these scenes in the Kruger National Park in South Africa earlier this year, in one case so horrific we have to blur it. A rhino has been maimed when still alive.

Like his father Prince William has a keen interest in conservation. As a patron of the charity, the Tusk Trust, he’s previously traveled to Botswana with the Prince Harry. In March he spoke out against illegal trade in wildlife.

“We must do more to combat this serious crime if we are to reverse the current alarming trends. If not, we can see cease of populations of these creatures or even the entire species disappear from the wild. We simply must not let that catastrophe unfold.”

“Worryingly this increasing evidence that trade in rhino horn and ivory has been driven by international serious organized crime groups, in some cases just terrorists. Today’s conference will discuss how to fight that and how to reduce demand across the globe.”

Today delegates from around the world will be encouraged to sign a declaration in the autumn, to commit to ending this cruel trade.

Becky Johnson, Sky News.
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HW
Killed for its horn, the black rhino is critically endangered. On the black market, rhino horn is worth more than gold. Here in &&& zoo where rhino is kept and bred, consevationists say poaching in parts of Africa and Asia has reached epidemic levels.

--There is a great demand for rhino horn in places like China and Vietnam. People are becoming wealthy in those countries, and as more people can afford the products. In these countries that is used, people believe medicinal properties from helping you cure hangover to cancer, and none of these has been approved.

But this is what is happening every single day, animals were shot, their horn cruelly removed. Sky News filmed this scenes in the Kruger national park in South Africa earlier this year. In one case, so horrific we have to blur it, a rhino has been maimed while still alive.

Like his father, Prince William has keen interets in conservation. As a pariot of charity the Task Trust, he has previously travelled to Botswana with Prince Harry. In March, he spoke out against illegal trade in wild life.

--We must do more to combat the serious crime, if we are to reverse the current alarming trends. If not, we could see in ceasing some populations of these creatures or even an entire species disappeared from the wild. We simply must not let the catastrophe unfold.

Worryingly this increasing evidence the trade in rhino horn and ivory is being driven by international serious organized crime groups, and in some cases terrorists.

Today's conference will discuss how to fight that, and how to reduce demand across the globe. Today delegators from around the world will be encouraged to sign a declaration in the Autumn to commit to ending this cruel trade.

Johson, Sky News.



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HWKilled for its horn, the black riho is now criticly endangered.On the black market, riho horn is worthy more than gold. Here in T// Zoo where riho are kept and bred. Conservationists say poaching in parts of African and Asian has reached epidemic levels.
There is a great demand for riho horn in places like China and Vietnam. People become wealthy in those counties as more people could afford the products.In the country it is used, people believe, //properties from how can you cure a hangover to cancer. None of these haS been proved then...
But this is what is happening every single day.Animals shot and their cruelly removed, SKYNEWS filmed these scences in // National Park in South African early this year. In one case so horrifically we have to blur it.A riho has been maimed while still alive.
Like his father, Prince William has a keen interest in conservation as a patron of the charity, The Task Trust, he is previously travelled to B// with Prince Harry.In March, he spoke out against illegle trading wild life.
We must do more to combat this serious crime. If we are to reverse alarming trends, if not, we can see soon some populations of these creatures or even the entire species disappear from the wild. We simply mustnot let this catastrophe unfold.
Worrying, there is increasing evidence  the trade in riho horn and ivory is been driven by international serious organized crime group, and in some cases is terrorists. Today the conference was discussed how to fight that and how to reduce demand acoss the globe. Today delegators from around the world awere being couraged to sign a declaration in the autumn to commit to ending this cruel trade.
B.J. SKYNEWS.

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Killed for its horn, the black rhinos is now critically in danger. On the black market, the rhino horn is worthy more than gold. Here at Tester Zoo where rhinos are kept and bred. Conservationists say poaching in parts of South Africa and Asia has reached epidemic levels.

There's growing demand for rhino horns in places like China and Vietnam, people are becoming wealthy in those countries as more people can afford the product and in these countries these years, people believe as medicinal properties from helping you can cure a hangover to cancer and none of these has been proved.

But this is what's happening every single day. Animals were shot, their horns cruelly removed. Sky News filmed these scenes in the Kruger National Park in South Africa earlier this year. In one case, so horrific, we have to blur it, a rhino has been maimed while still alive.

Like his father, Prince William has a keen interest in conservation. As a patron of the charity, the Tusk Trust, he’s previously travelled to Botswana with Prince Harry. In March, he spoke out to ban illegal trade in wild lives.

We must do more combat this serious crime if we are to avert the current trend. If not, we can see some population of these creatures or even an entire spices disappear from the wild. We simply must not let that catastrophe unfold.

Worryingly, there's increasingly evidence that trades in rhino horn and ivory is being driven by international serious organized groups, in some cases terrorists. Today's conference will discuss how to fight that and how to reduce demands across the globe.

Today, delegates from around the world will be encouraged to sign a declaration in the autumn to commit to ending this cruel trade.

Becky Johnson, Sky News.
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