Inside the Black Market Sale of Jaguar Parts | National Geographic - infonaturaenTV

Usamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar la navegación y mostrar publicidad personalizada según su navegación. Si continua navegando consideramos que acepta nuestra política de cookies.
Register your Blog
( What is this? )
I Home I More views Today I Nature Videos I xxx I xxx I xxx I xxx I Register your Blog I

Inside the Black Market Sale of Jaguar Parts | National Geographic

categoria: infonaturaenTV visto: 3
 
shared twitter
shared facebook
Go inside the black market trade of jaguar parts with National Geographic photographer Steve Winter and big cat biologist Alexander Braczkowski in this informative and shocking video. ? Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Hunting jaguars, as well as buying, selling, and even possessing jaguar parts, has been illegal in Bolivia for years. So are buying and selling jaguar parts commercially across international borders. But in Bolivia it?s often easy to get away with it. Law enforcement is weak, and the price of jaguar teeth is high?sometimes $100 to $200 a tooth. ?People see it as a way of making money,? says Nuno Negro?es Soares, a biologist with the Bolivian conservation organization Asociacio?n Para la Investigacio?n y Conservacio?n de Ecosistemas Andino-Amazo?nicos. ?They know they?re not going to get in trouble.? Go inside the black market trade of jaguar parts with National Geographic photographer Steve Winter and big cat biologist Alexander Braczkowski in this informative and shocking video. Read the full December 2017 jaguar trafficking magazine story here. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/12/on-the-trail-of-jaguar-poachers/ Illustration by Mauricio Antón Inside the Black Market Sale of Jaguar Parts | National Geographic https://youtu.be/-cMvvKomErY National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
 

Ultimos Videos añadidos      

How to Cleanse Your Beauty Regime of Microplastic | National

Every year five million to 14 million tons of plastic flow into the oceans from coastal areas. And every time you brush your teeth, wash your face, or ...
26-05-2018 16:08

Explore the Twisting Desert Landscapes of the American South

In the Arizona desert, shifting sunlight colors high stone walls, worn by water into fantastic shapes. ? Subscribe: Abo ...
26-05-2018 16:08

Obscuring Reality - Tech+Art | Genius: Picasso

Artists Zach Lieberman and Molmol Kuo are changing the way people see the world. Through face-tracking, coding, and computer vision techniques, the du ...
25-05-2018 16:11

Geo Bee 2018 - Full Episode | National Geographic

Watch the final rounds of the National Geographic Bee, as ten bright kids face off with challenging geography questions. Find out who wins! ? Subscrib ...
25-05-2018 16:11

This Is What It's Like to Be a Space Rocket Launcher in Alas

In the Gulf of Alaska, idyllic Kodiak Island is famous for its sockeye salmon, king crab, and roaming bison. However, this picturesque location is als ...
25-05-2018 16:11

Getting to Location - Behind the Scenes | Life Below Zero

How do we get our Life Below Zero crew and gear to remote Alaskan areas" Go behind the scenes to find out! ? Subscribe: ...
24-05-2018 16:13

How Climbers Take on North America's Highest Volcano | Natio

Rising more than 18,400 feet on the border between Mexico\'s Puebla and Veracruz states, Pico de Orizaba claims two superlatives: the tallest mountain ...
24-05-2018 16:13

Who Will Win the Geo Bee" | National Geographic

We are live from National Geographic Headquarters in Washington, DC, to find out who wins the Geo Bee. From classrooms all around America, it\'s down ...
24-05-2018 16:13

Students' Ice Pops Bring Plastic Pollution to (Unappetizing)

Ice pops usually look delicious, but these are completely inedible. Give one a lick and you might taste a plastic pollutant or oozing trash. ? Subscri ...
24-05-2018 16:13

Hidden Forest of Bamboo Coral May Be 1,000 Years Old | Natio

May 15, 2018 - NOAA scientists discovered this hidden forest of bamboo coral 7,500 feet deep in the Gulf of Mexico. Bamboo coral is common in deep wat ...
23-05-2018 16:10

A Brief History of How Plastic Has Changed Our World | Natio

We?re addicted to plastic. But how did the world become so dependent on it in the first place" ? Subscribe: About Natio ...
23-05-2018 16:10

Curious Lion Bites Tourist's Car Door on Safari | National G

A young male lion stopped a caravan of cars in Kruger National Park, South Africa. ? Subscribe: About National Geograph ...
23-05-2018 16:10

Dying Coral Reefs Found Around Samoan Island of Upolu | Nati

Scientists studied 124 coral reef sites around the Samoan island of Upolu, 2,600 miles southwest of Hawaii. While climate change is the main factors i ...
22-05-2018 16:10

A Brief History of Dogs | National Geographic

As humankind\'s oldest companion, dogs have been by our side for thousands of years. See how deeply our histories connect and learn how these lovable ...
22-05-2018 16:10

Biodiversity Explained

We celebrate International Day for Biodiversity today, but what is biodiversity and why is it important to you" #BiodiversityExplained ...
22-05-2018 16:10

Watch National Geographic Staff Answer Nearly Impossible Geo

National Geographic staff sit down to answer some of the same questions asked to National Geographic Bee contestants?who are all fourth- through eight ...
21-05-2018 16:13

Macaques Use Tools to Shuck Oysters | One Strange Rock

Macaques on an island off Thailand have learned to use stones as tools to shuck oysters. ? Subscribe: ? ONE STRANGE ROC ...
21-05-2018 16:13

The Ancient Tradition of Camel Racing, as Seen From Above |

This aerial view shows the sport of camel racing in the hot landscape of Al Batinah South, Oman. ? Subscribe: About Na ...
21-05-2018 16:13

Plastics 101 | National Geographic

Once a completely natural product, much of today\'s plastic is man-made and largely dependent upon fossil fuels. From polymers to nurdles, learn how p ...
19-05-2018 16:11

The Shaolin Temple and Their Kung-Fu Monks | National Geogra

The Shaolin Temple in Henan Province, China has a history stretching back more than 15,000 years. ? Subscribe: About Na ...
19-05-2018 16:11

The Geo Bee: A 30 Year History | National Geographic

Let\'s take a walk down memory lane, and look back at the last 30 years of the National Geographic Bee. Who will be the 2018 National Geographic Bee C ...
19-05-2018 16:11

Sound Meets Sculpture and Robotics - TECH+ART | Genius: Pica

Sculptor Andy Cavatorta blends emerging technologies with traditional crafts to discover new ways to create meaning with sound through robotics. ? Sub ...
18-05-2018 16:12

America Inside Out - The Age of Outrage | Full Episode

On college campuses and in small towns, Katie Couric talks with controversial speakers and student organizers about the idea of political correctness. ...
17-05-2018 16:12

Crew vs. Cold - Behind the Scenes | Life Below Zero

Ever wonder how we capture the gorgeous time lapses seen in the show" See the painstaking process our crew goes through to achieve the perfect shot! ? ...
17-05-2018 16:12

Grumpy Toadfish Sing Strange Love Songs | National Geographi

Researchers have discovered that grumpy-looking toadfish each have unique songs. ? Subscribe: About National Geographic ...
16-05-2018 16:10

Mysterious Deep-Sea Jellyfish Filmed in Rare Sighting | Nati

Meet Deepstaria enigmatica, one of the largest and most mysterious invertebrate predators of the seas. ? Subscribe: Ab ...
16-05-2018 16:10

See a Gigantic Sinkhole on New Zealand?s North Island | Nati

A giant sinkhole measuring about 650 feet long and up to 100 feet wide opened up in the ground on New Zealand\'s North Island. The hole, which runs al ...
15-05-2018 16:11

This Incredible Octopus Looks Psychedelic | National Geograp

In the waters off Hawaii, a diver was treated to a colorful show - an octopus changing color. ? Subscribe: About Nation ...
15-05-2018 16:11

How the Kilauea Eruption Affected This Hawaii Community | Na

Sharing a deep connection to nature?s power?and to people displaced by it?two photographers document a volcano?s destruction, and help the Leilani Est ...
15-05-2018 16:11

Explore a Ghost Town in Southern Italy | National Geographic

In southern Italy\'s Calabria region, the ghost town of Roghudi Vecchio is not far from its former inhabitants\' new homes, but the area\'s mountainou ...
14-05-2018 16:12

Scientists Teach Spider to Jump on Demand | National Geograp

Researchers at the University of Manchester have trained a regal jumping spider to leap to a designated target on demand. ? Subscribe: ...
12-05-2018 16:10

Mesa Verde's Cliffside Dwellings Show a Glimpse of History |

Perched on the cliffsides of the Mesa Verde Plateau, exists the remnants of prehistoric Pueblo settlements. ? Subscribe: ...
12-05-2018 16:10

How 3D Printing Can Preserve History - Tech+Art | Genius: Pi

Artist Morehshin Allahyari is redefining what it means to be a #genius. Her work challenges gender-norms while exploring the intersection of technolog ...
11-05-2018 16:11

Getting The Shot - Behind the Scenes | Life Below Zero

Filming an episode of Life Below Zero is no walk in the park. Go behind the scenes with our crew to see what it takes to get the perfect shots you see ...
10-05-2018 16:12

America Inside Out - The Revolt | Full Episode

From famous actors to tech trailblazers to domestic workers, Katie Couric talks to change makers about why we still haven?t achieved gender equality. ...
10-05-2018 16:12

World?s Most Powerful Geyser Erupts Three Times After Years

After years without a blast, the world\'s tallest geyser, Yellowstone\'s fitful Steamboat, has erupted three times in less than two months. ? Subscrib ...
09-05-2018 16:11

Banking on Finance to Save Our River Basins

WWF seeks to provide innovative financial solutions to the world\'s freshwater challenges - such as creating a pipeline of bankable freshwater project ...
09-05-2018 16:11

This Famous Dodo Didn't Just Die?It Was Murdered | National

New analysis of one of the best preserved specimens of the extinct animal shows it was shot in the head. ? Subscribe: ...
09-05-2018 16:11

Parasites Hitch a Ride on Turtle's Shell | National Geograph

This green sea turtle is providing free transportation to a few creepy, crawly hitchhikers. ? Subscribe: About National ...
08-05-2018 16:11

Palau's New Mandatory Eco-Pledge is the First of Its Kind |

The island nation of Palau has taken a bold step in a new direction towards conservation: requiring every incoming visitor to sign a stamped pledge in ...
08-05-2018 16:11




Would you like your blog and posts leave here?


 
         

News most viewed Today

Burnin' Pit @ Desa Sri Hartamas

Burnin' Pit @ Desa Sri Hartamas

The wait was worth it: After many months of ardent anticipation, Burnin\' Pit is finally firing up its grills, bringing sultry Texas-style barbecue to the heart of Hartamas, smoked and sliced in a suave space that\'s raring to fan the flames of... -
Kalam Award for Knowledge Connectivity 2016-17. Citation A.S.Sankaranarayanan,Managing Trustee of NMCT.

Kalam Award for Knowledge Connectivity 2016-1...

Knowledge Connectivity Kalam Award presented to NMCT NMCT is a Non Profit Organization registered as a Public Charitable Trust in the year 1988 under the Indian Trusts Act 1882.It covers the Geographical areas of Coimbatore District as regards to... -
Keep saying yes to fish twice a week for heart health  American

Keep saying yes to fish twice a week for hear...

A new scientific advisory reaffirms the American Heart Association\'s recommendation to eat fish- especially those rich in Omega-3 fatty acids twice a week to help reduce the risk of heart failure, coronary heart disease, cardiac arrest and ... -
Event at UK library features discussion of Kentucky food traditions, how they are changing and how to capitalize on them

Event at UK library features discussion of Ke...

Story and photo by Melissa LandonKentucky Health NewsLocal food experts gathered at the University of Kentucky April 9 to discuss how Kentucky food tradition is changing and how to develop local food culture through businesses and other means."From... -
Enter the Temple...

Enter the Temple...

"The ability for the Soul to enter the temple is bestowed on it by an Angel. One cannot enter these regions by the power of ones loins etc. It is a gift! Did you really think we could enter this temple willy-nilly" It is the reward for becoming... -
What do you feed your dogs"

What do you feed your dogs"

As I\'ve lately been thinking about what I eat and about real food for humans, naturally the next question was how to feed real food to Taz, and what is real food for dogs"Taz pondering the question of real food for dogsI have gradually been... -
Cafe 55 @ Jalan Sultan

Cafe 55 @ Jalan Sultan

By Aiman AzriIf you\'re transiting through Chinatown, check in at this new hub for travellers and locals alike, tucked below Mingle Hostel. It\'s a weathered space that\'s woven with history and heritage, authentically aged through the... -
Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay, Perthshire, Scotland Salmon Fishing Report for week ending 21st June 2014.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay, Perthshire, Scot...

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay, Perthshire, Scotland Salmon Fishing Report for week ending 21st June 2014.The river Tay in Perthshire Scotland continued to catch salmon but in disappointing numbers as water levels dropped most of the week in warm... -
Life and Death

Life and Death

Sunny spells, light and heavy showers, 13°, fresh W. Very changeable weather recently, the jet stream is currently over southern England and has been slowly moving north and is predicted to clear the north of the UK by the end of the month so... -
Hanami or cherry blossom time in Japan

Hanami or cherry blossom time in Japan

Click on the image for a full size. A late evening photo of the Hanami festival in Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan.A story behind: Hanami is an important Japanese custom and is held all over Japan in spring. When we booked our trip to Japan we were hoping... -

More Blogs
Social
 

Thenatureworld Directory
- Insert Blog

 

contacto:
[email protected]