British royal Prince William is campaigning in Vietnam to protect endangered animals.
The Duke of Cambridge travelled to Vietnam, which is regarded as the world’s busiest country for trafficking of wildlife products to speak to people about the ill-effects of poaching of animals for their body parts. He met kids at a school in Hanoi. Several animal parts, including the horn of rhinos are used as medicinal products in Vietnam. He later met pharmacists and finally the Prime Minister of Vietnam, Nguyen Xuan Phuc.