Ivory trade on agenda at Botswana talks

2013-11-30 19:49
Seized elephant tusks. (Peter Busomoke, AFP)

Seized elephant tusks. (Peter Busomoke, AFP)

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Poaching has risen sharply in Africa in recent years and the illegal ivory trade has tripled since 1998, according to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

Read more on:    cites  |  botswana  |  poaching  |  animals  |  rhino poaching  |  southern africa  |  conservation
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