An official talks to Britain's Prince Charles, right and Prince William, centre, during a tour of an exhibition about wildlife poaching, prior to the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference held in London, ... more 
An official talks to Britain's Prince Charles, right and Prince William, centre, during a tour of an exhibition about wildlife poaching, prior to the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference held in London, Thursday Feb. 13, 2014. British Foreign Secretary William Hague says the illegal wildlife trade has become a global criminal industry that ranks with drugs and arms and people trafficking. Hague, speaking Thursday at the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference, said tens of thousands of elephants were killed last year along with more than 1,000 rhinos taken by an illegal trade that also threatens tigers and many other species. Prince Charles, joined by his sons Prince William and Prince Harry, made similar warnings at the opening of the one-day conference, hosted by the British government. (AP Photo/ John Stillwell, Pool) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By John Stillwell, Pool
Thu, Feb 13, 2014 7:54 AM EST