But is it made from the skin, fur, bone, shell, beak or hooves of an endangered species?
If it is, and if you buy it, you're just going to encourage whoever killed it, crafted it or made it, to do it all over again.
Plus, most likely you're going to break an international law when you go through customs, and that's always a situation to avoid.
By avoiding certain wildlife products and carefully watching what you buy (always ask!
), you can prevent bringing many species closer to the edge of extinction.
At the same time you'll also be encouraging local suppliers to stock only legal and sustainable products.
So what should you look out for? You can check out our holiday guide here
But the golden rule is this: if you doubt it, don't buy it.