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Wild Response brings special forces training to the fight against wildlife poaching | Cape Cod Today

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Illegally poached wildlife items such as ivory, skins and horns make up a market worth $23 billion each year. Over 130 species in Southeast Asia have been placed on the critically endangered list due to poaching. Retired special forces soldier Kevin Garrad has found his next calling with the company he founded, Wild Response. Garrad travels around the world to provide training and equipment to wildlife rangers after discovering that many failed to receive the training and technology needed to bring well-funded poaching groups to justice.

Source: http://www.capecodtoday.com/article/2019/12/17/250588-Wild-Response-Brings-Special-Forces

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