In Thailand, a coconut farmer engages in a centuries-old practice of training monkeys to fetch the coconuts from the tree for him to sell. It seems to benefit both man and beast.
After quinoa, coconut water and kale, the new superfood craze is baobab, packed with vitamin C, calcium and antioxidants. But as the West falls for Africa's "tree of life," is it being overexploited?
An exotic island paradise in French Polynesia bought by Marlon Brando in the sixties is using its Hollywood image to tackle environmental issues - with a little help from its jet-set visitors.
Myanmar wants to combat rampant illegal wildlife trade in the lawless border town of Mong La. Products include ivory and tiger wine. But it could prove difficult.
A global police operation has seized a record amount of illicit food and drink, including monkey meat, painted olives and sugar with fertilizer. Fake food and drink is a multi-billion euro criminal industry.
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