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British kill entire elephant herd. Hunting parties are paying out thousands to kill elephants, including calves, in Zimbabwe
BRITISH hunters, including a prominent Harley Street surgeon, have been paying the Zimbabwean authorities thousands of pounds each to take part in a mass elephant cull. They are among groups of hunters who have been permitted...
2009-01-18   , Zimbabwe Category: culling

Kenya officials nab Chinese nationals with ivory trophies
The Kenya Wildlife Service officers in collaboration with the Kenya Airport Authority have arrested three Chinese Nationals with 2.2 kilograms of processed ivory at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), Nairobi. The...
2008-08-18   Nairobi, Kenya Category: smuggle

New Evidence That Elephant Poaching and the Illegal Ivory Trade is Out of Control. Zimbabwe Loses Over 500 Elephants this Year Amid Renewed Slaughter. French Nationals Implicated in Demand for Ivory ...
The Born Free Foundation, one of the UK's leading wildlife charities, has shocking new evidence that poaching in parts of Africa is soaring, fuelled by the sale of ivory trinkets to French and other tourists. According to ...
2002-11-04   Harare, Zimbabwe Category: smuggle

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