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The Buttonwood Park Zoo is joining the fight to protect elephants from poachers as a partner on the 96 Elephants Campaign. The campaign gets its name from the fact that 96 elephants are killed per day in Africa for their ivory tusks. The effort seeks
The Royal Family is facing calls to set a global example by handing over for destruction all objects made of ivory in their collections. The Prince of Wales has reportedly already ordered that all ivory artifacts he owns should be removed from
Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete said his country's elephant herds faced extinction following a wildlife poaching boom in east Africa's second-largest economy. Kikwete said a new census at the Selous-Mikumi ecosystem, one of the country's biggest
ET Princes against poaching 2:22 Prince Charles and his two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, are joining forces with 50 world leaders to fight against poachers who slaughter African elephants for their in demand tusks. "There's not a moment to
Some 65 percent of forest elephants were killed in Central Africa between 2002 and 2013. The new data from the field in Central Africa revealed elephants were being poached for their ivory, at a shocking nine percent per year.
Britain's Prince William called for global action Wednesday to stop the illegal wildlife trade that's devastating populations of some of the world's most magnificent wild animals -- including elephants, rhinos and tigers. The prince spoke at a
conservationists pitted against criminal gangs. But the wildlife experts say it's a fight they have to take on. They have gathered at the Zoological Society of London to tackle how to halt the rapidly growing trade in animals.
And in an exclusive interview with Sky News, Prof White's friend and ally, the Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba, told me he will be demanding "zero tolerance" from his Chinese peers regarding ivory trafficking. Gabon has lost a third of its
The United States is cracking down on the sale and purchase of ivory in hopes of curbing a surge in illicit poaching that's threatening to wipe out elephants and other species in Africa. The ivory ban is a key component of a new, national strategy
Media playback is unsupported on your device Elephant calves orphaned by wildlife poaching 12 February 2014 Last updated at 00:16 GMT Prince Charles, David Cameron and the Duke of Cambridge are among those hosting an international conference in