Voodoo Market Reveals Wildlife Trafficking’s Grim Reality

Sept. 1, 2015 - At a market in Lomé, Togo, tables are stacked with dried animal carcasses, which are key ingredients in voodoo rituals. But behind the scenes, investigative journalist Bryan Christy discovers live animals in storage—a discouraging sign that ivory and other illegal products, as well as trafficked wildlife, may be nearby.

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