Conservation officials and environmental advocates cracking down on wildlife trafficking unveiled a public campaign at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Wednesday.
The illegal wildlife trade is pretty broad; it includes ivory, rhino horns, shark fins and sea turtle shells. Live animals get trafficked, too: reptiles, tropical fish, birds.
“There's people who are sort of professional smugglers,” said Peter Knights, executive director of the conservation group WildAid. But regular people unintentionally support trafficking, too, he said: