A ranger from the Kenya Wildlife Service guards piles of ivory being burned in Nairobi National Park, Kenya in April. Kenya’s president said 105 tons of elephant ivory and more than a ton of rhino horn was destroyed in a dramatic statement against the ivory trade.
A ranger from the Kenya Wildlife Service guards piles of ivory being burned in Nairobi National Park, Kenya in April. Kenya’s president said 105 tons of elephant ivory and more than a ton of rhino horn was destroyed in a dramatic statement against the ivory trade. Ben Curtis Associated Press
A ranger from the Kenya Wildlife Service guards piles of ivory being burned in Nairobi National Park, Kenya in April. Kenya’s president said 105 tons of elephant ivory and more than a ton of rhino horn was destroyed in a dramatic statement against the ivory trade. Ben Curtis Associated Press

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