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Profit Before Pride? Facebook Facilitates Illegal Wildlife Trade

(WILDLIFE) While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent two days in the hot seat this week testifying before Congress regarding the website's oversight of user data and its role in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the social networking site has also been accused of posting ads by illicit traders selling animal parts, including elephant ivory, rhino horn, and tiger teeth. In a whistleblower complaint filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, wildlife advocates allege Facebook's negligence in preventing illegal wildlife traffickers from using the platform for selling the body parts of threatened animals violates Facebook's responsibilities as a publicly traded company. Ironically enough, Facebook is one of 20 technology companies that joined the Global Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online last month. Continue reading to learn more about Facebook's hypocrisy, and take action by signing the petition: Demand Facebook Stop the Sale of Illegal Animal Parts. -- Global Animal

Indonesian Zoo Under Fire Over Smoking Orangutan

(WILDLIFE/ZOOS) If smoking is bad for humans, then why would we let our hairy ancestors try it? At one Indonesian zoo, a guest flicked a cigarette into the orangutan enclosure. Even though these primates are incredibly smart, they do not necessarily understand right from wrong. See below to find out what action animal activists are taking against the Bandung Zoo. -- Global Animal

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