Slain elephants, Tsavo National Park, Kenya
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Ivory demand threatens African elephant survival

The Kenyan government has warned that an increase in poaching is edging the African elephant closer to extinction.

Conservationists believe that the growing demand for ivory in China and other Asian countries, is partly responsible.

Gabriel Gatehouse reports.

  • 15 Jan 2013
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