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Article: World leaders are being urged to crack down on the masterminds behind gangs that make billions from animal carcasses

Article: World leaders are being urged to crack down on the masterminds behind gangs that make billions from animal carcasses

Officials in Guangzhou crushed 6.1 tons of confiscated ivory tusks and carvings.  Photograph: WildAid

China crushes six tons of ivory

Officials in Guangzhou crushed 6.1 tons of confiscated ivory tusks and carvings. Photograph: WildAid

“When a country destroys ivory, it means they put behind them any chance of underhanded dealings,” Iain Douglas-Hamilton. Read more from Nat Geo: http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/08/02/destroying-elephant-ivory-stockpiles-no-easy-matter/

“When a country destroys ivory, it means they put behind them any chance of underhanded dealings,” Iain Douglas-Hamilton. Read more from Nat Geo: http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/08/02/destroying-elephant-ivory-stockpiles-no-easy-matter/

Togo seizes tusks of 500 dead elephants hidden in cargo bound for Vietnam - World News

Togo seizes tusks of 500 dead elephants hidden in cargo bound for Vietnam - World News

Pressure Mounts on Hong Kong Government to Destroy Ivory Stockpile  "Following the recent ivory stockpile crush in the United States, pressure is mounting on Hong Kong to do the same to its 30 tonnes." http://annamiticus.com/2013/12/07/pressure-mounts-hong-kong-government-destroy-ivory-stockpile/

Pressure Mounts on Hong Kong Government to Destroy Ivory Stockpile

Pressure Mounts on Hong Kong Government to Destroy Ivory Stockpile "Following the recent ivory stockpile crush in the United States, pressure is mounting on Hong Kong to do the same to its 30 tonnes." http://annamiticus.com/2013/12/07/pressure-mounts-hong-kong-government-destroy-ivory-stockpile/

Jan 6, 2014: China destroys part of its ivory stockpile in 'significant symbolic step towards saving Africa's elephants'

China destroys ivory stockpile in 'significant symbolic step towards saving Africa's elephants'

Jan 6, 2014: China destroys part of its ivory stockpile in 'significant symbolic step towards saving Africa's elephants'

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is set to crush and burn some P420 million (US$10 million) worth of seized elephant tusks to show the country's support for the global campaign to end the illegal trade of wildlife species.

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is set to crush and burn some P420 million (US$10 million) worth of seized elephant tusks to show the country's support for the global campaign to end the illegal trade of wildlife species.

In a display condemning illegal wildlife trafficking, Obama Administration to Destroy Ivory Stockpile. The six tons of ivory currently held in Denver will be crushed Nov 14, 2013.

Obama Administration to Destroy Ivory Stockpiles

In a display condemning illegal wildlife trafficking, Obama Administration to Destroy Ivory Stockpile. The six tons of ivory currently held in Denver will be crushed Nov 14, 2013.

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