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    Commentary: Singapore’s proposed ivory ban would help save elephants

    Reducing consumer demand coupled with government regulations and stricter enforcement will put an end to poaching imperiled species.
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    Chinese tour guide trampled to death by elephant in Thailand

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    COMMENTARY: China’s ban on domestic ivory trade is huge, but the battle isn’t won

    African elephants are being slaughtered for their tusks at an alarming rate. Mortality rates of around 8 per cent exceed birth rates, constituting ...
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    Oh, baby: Night Safari's youngest elephant makes public debut

    Barely two months old, the still-unnamed baby elephant now weighs 210kg, up from an initial 149kg at birth.
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    Wildlife phone apps cause chaos in South Africa's Kruger Park

    Mobile telephone apps that track wildlife sightings in South Africa's Kruger Park have caused a rise in road rage, roadkills and speeding as ...
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    Night Safari welcomes 149kg female baby Asian elephant

    With the latest addition to the herd, Night Safari is now home to three female and two male elephants.
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    Baby elephant rescued from drain in Sri Lanka

    A baby elephant has been rescued after it became trapped in a drain in southern Sri Lanka.
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    Chinese businesswoman accused in world's biggest ivory trafficking case

    Originally from Beijing, the 66-year-old is believed to have organised the smuggling of more than 700 elephant tusks worth US$2.5 million, ...