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Dr Mohamed Elsayed, Regional Director at IFAW, said, "We are pleased to be part of this campaign.
"Wildlife cybercrime is a new challenge that governments around the world, as well as civil society organisations, face these days," said IFAW programme manager for Middle East and North Africa Dr Akram Darwish.
And while it is possible to sell and buy certain endangered species with permits under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), 80-90 percent of the transactions proposed was probably illegal, said Celine Sissler-Bienvenu, IFAW's director for France and francophone Africa.
He was able to view some of the many ivory items recently donated by members of the public to IFAW's UK ivory surrender.
It was Sharpe and a veterinarian from IFAW who were the first responders to a pizza shop's parking lot where the 3-foot-long, 40-pound seal had been placed into a box, then transferred to a pet crate by a passerby.
Philip Mansbridge, UK director of IFAW, said: "Tony's many years of fundraising for animal charities have enabled other groups to do so much more for animals in need.
Educational leaflets prepared by the ministry in cooperation with the IFAW will be distributed to travellers.
Powerhouse Communications duo Erica Martin and Kerry Branon are the voice of IFAW, one of the largest animal welfare organizations in the world.
IFAW estimates that 25,000 to 50,000 elephants are killed for their tusks each year.
"IFAW's report, Wanted - Dead or Alive, Exposing Online Wildlife Trade, reveals that, in early 2014, a total of 33,006 endangered wildlife and wildlife parts and products for sale via 280 online market places across 16 countries.
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