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Destroy ivory, destroy the trade.
Wildlife Conservation Society
In just over a decade, 65 percent of the population was lost.
'Jenny and Dexter are now on duty, and they will find you.'
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A look at how Namibia’s Chinese ivory smugglers operate.
MARTIN MIDDLEBROOK / STOP IVORY
The Kenyan government has spent the past month assembling ivory from some 10,000 elephants into a dozen pyres. These captured tusks intended for trade have gathered dust for decades, but authorities d...
A photographer has captured the beauty of elephants in work so powerful it may just help the species survive. Stop Ivory, a NGO that helps protect elephants, commissioned the series from Martin Middle...