Asia has an illegal wildlife trading problem, and some of the world’s largest e-commerce platforms are at the center of it.

The Indian government has released a list of 106 websites that are currently being used to trade wild animals and their body parts. It’s a comprehensive record, that covers all the top names in e-commerce, including Alibaba, Amazon, Snapdeal, eBay and even YouTube.

The list was made as part of a monitoring effort by India’s central government, who scan the sites to crackdown on illegal trading and other cybercrime.

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Cate Cadell

Cate is a tech writer. She worked as a journalist in Australia, Mongolia and Myanmar. You can reach her (in Chinese or English) at: @catecadell or catecadell@technode.com