Sally Snow is a Zoologist and Filmmaker who believes in conservation filmmaking as a tool for behavioural change. She is passionate about delivering stories that connect both people and the environment.
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POACHING CRISIS IN MYANMAR
Mahouts look on as an Asian elephant is fitted with a satellite-GPS collar in the jungles of the Irrawaddy Delta, Myanmar. Scientist Dr John McEvoy from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute has been working with local mahouts to tag and track wild elephants in the area. Myanmar is suffering a poaching crisis with elephants being poached for their skin that are then used in medicinal products, jewellery or furniture. Unlike the illegal ivory trade, poaching Asian elephants for non-ivory products is indiscriminate as killing for meat or skins puts males, females and calves all at risk.