Prince William and Prince Charles Attend United for Wildlife Meeting

Posted Tuesday November 26, 2013 10:15 PM GMT

Teaming up to lend their support to conservation efforts, Prince William and Prince Charles attended United for Wildlife meeting at the Zoological Society of London on Tuesday (November 26).

The Duke of Cambridge currently serves as President of United for Wildlife, a collaboration of seven of the largest global Conservation organizations.

While inspecting a stuffed albatross used to help track wildlife, the proud papa of the newest prince joked, "It looks like something George has in his bedroom. You haven't been bugging my son's room have you? If I see anyone giving one of these to George then I know you will be tracking him."

On the agenda that day were plans to help stop illegal trade of wildlife. Speaking about the issue, William shared, "The most important thing to remember, I think, is that you have to reduce consumption of illegal wildlife parts whether it's ivory, or rhino horn, tiger parts or whatever from various endangered species."

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