Environmentally conscious buyers may be more savvy when it comes to not shelling out bucks for endangered-animal products like rhino, elephant, and turtle, but apparently that’s just made poachers even more creative in terms of the animals they’re hunting.

A recent undercover investigation by the Human Society of the United States and Human Society International found that giraffes are the latest animal facing a severe population decline (40 per cent in the past 30 years) thanks to a growing demand for giraffe-related products. The organization found that trophy hunters are importing more than one giraffe per day to the States, where it’s legal to trade the animal’s parts. As a result they found parts and products being sold online and in-store in at least 52 national locations across 21 sites. According to the organization that translates into nearly 40,000 giraffe parts–representing roughly 4,000 animals–in the past decade alone.

Furthermore, investigators found that some sellers were advertising giraffes are dangerous to African villages, and that the products they were hocking were from defensive kills. But in reality there are fewer than 100,000 giraffes alive worldwide (and there are now fewer giraffes than elephants in Africa).

So what are some of these products that are adding to the decline of these long-necked creatures? According to the Human Society they range in everything from holy adornments to bracelets, and they can cost a pretty penny (all prices USD):

Wholesale giraffe leather

Retails: $25/ft

Giraffe leather boots

Retails: $400

Leather bible cover

Retails:$400

18 giraffe products that are harming the population
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Full giraffe hide

Retails: $4,500

Hide rug

Retails: $3,000

Hide pillows

Retails: $200

18 giraffe products that are harming the population
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Custom-made giraffe jacket

Retails: $5,500

Giraffe feet

Retails: $75

Hide duffel bag

Retails: $400

18 giraffe products that are harming the population
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Hide bar stool

Retails: $1,500

Leg bones

Retails: $150

Skull

Retails: $500

18 giraffe products that are harming the population
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Bone carving

Retails: $400

Bone knife handle “scales”

Retails: $40

Bone pistol grips

Retails: $60

18 giraffe products that are harming the population
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Knife with bone handle

Retails: $450

Tail-hair bracelet

Retails: $10

Taxidermied trophy

Retails: $8,000