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UK’s Prince William warns of criminal threat to wildlife

Seattle Times Thursday, 11 October 2018
UK’s Prince William warns of criminal threat to wildlifeLONDON (AP) — Britain’s Prince William has told a two-day international wildlife protection conference that he could not face his children if his generation allows elephants, tigers and other species to become extinct. “It’s heartbreaking to think that by the time my children, George, Charlotte and Louis are in their 20s, elephants, rhinos and tigers […]

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