Prince Charles and his son the Duke of Cambridge have recorded a video to call on people to help save endangered animals such as rhinos, elephants and tigers.
In the video, Prince William and Prince Charles make appeals in different languages including Mandarin, Arabic and Swahili to stop the illegal wildlife trade.
Prince Charles, president of the wildlife charity WWF UK, starts the message with a warning that the trade has reached "unprecedented levels of killing and related violence" and poses a serious threat not only to the survival of some of the most popular species in the world, but also for the economic and political stability in many countries around the world.
"This year, I became even more devoted to the protection of the Earth's resources not only for my own son, but also for other children of his generation " said Prince William. "I want them to be able to know the same Africa that I knew as a child. "
"More than 30,000 elephants were killed last year at a rate of 100 deaths per day."
"Over the past decade , 62% of African elephants were killed. If this rate continues, the forest elephant will be extinct in ten years. A rhino is killed every 11 hours."
The video ends with Charles and William saying the phrase " Unite for wildlife " in six different languages.
You can watch the video below.