Social media can be a marketplace for illegal wildlife. When we “like” certain images, it can actually make that marketplace more visible, even when we think we’re supporting animal-friendly content. Knowing the difference between harmful posts and helpful posts, and knowing how to report bad actors, helps limit the spread of illegal wildlife trafficking.

This social pack includes graphics for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram that educate your audiences about how to report harmful animal imagery. Tag @janegoodallcan to join our public campaign, and inspire action in your network.

Having respect for animals makes us better humans.

Dr. Jane Goodall

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