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Wildlife Watch


Wildlife Watch
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Description

Join the fight against the wildlife trade! Wildlife Alliance, Trigger, TRAFFIC, and Jeff Corwin Connect present Wildlife Watch: Cambodia, an app which aims to increase awareness and protect the wildlife of Southeast Asia. Stay informed about heavily trafficked species, pinpoint trade hotspots, and learn how to identity products and foods made from threatened animal or plant species. Through the Incident Report feature, you can also easily notify Wildlife Alliance when you see illegal trade occurring.

Features
• Provides detailed information on Southeast Asian animal and plant species courtesy of TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network
• Exclusive video clips featuring Jeff Corwin, courtesy of Jeff Corwin Connect
• Incident Report feature lets you report illegal handling of animals directly to Wildlife Alliance
• Learn what endangered wildlife are most frequently traded as, which are most threatened, and how to pick them out by their unique features
• Enables you to search for species' info quickly and easily by their common market names or IUCN rating
• Map of Cambodia pinpoints illegal wildlife "hotspot" areas which travelers should watch out for
• Enables you to contribute to the app by submitting new wildlife photos through the Incident Report

Trigger's intent is to license this app's engine at no-cost to qualified NGOs. Please inquire at wildlifewatch[at]triggerglobal[dot]com.

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