Thousands of protected species seized at NZ border
From shells and corals to elephant feet, primate skulls and chopped up seahorses, more than 9000 protected species were seized at the New Zealand border in 2017 - a 300 percent increase since 2011. According to the United Nations profit made from the global illegal wildlife trade rivals that of human trafficking, drugs and weapons at around $8-10 billion dollars a year. And New Zealand is being told it needs to do more to push back against the business. Emma Hatton reports.