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  1. Zimbabwe has an elephant population of around 84,000

    Zimbabwe demands right to sell ivory to fund game reserves

  2. Seized ivory is seen before being destroyed at a waste management centre in Seremban

    Malaysia torches nearly four tonnes of ivory

    Malaysia on Wednesday torched nearly four tonnes of elephant tusks and ivory products as part of an effort to stop smugglers using the country as ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: A pile of around 832 pieces of ivory weighing 2903kg, which was seized by Ugandan offic

    Uganda seizes ivory, pangolin scales worth an estimated US$8 million

    Uganda seized a contraband shipment of ivory and pangolin scales it said was the largest the country had ever taken, with a market value estimated ...
  4. Elephants eat their breakfast as they listen British volunteer Paul Barton plays piano for sick, ab

    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.
  5. Orphaned baby elephants are seen after being bottle-fed, at the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage

    More African ivory being smuggled into China despite ban: Report

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    Prince William issues dire warning on animal extinction

    With its growing class of wealthy elites, Vietnam has become a main market for rhino horn and ivory and a key transit route for the smuggling of ...
  7. Vietnam ivory destruction

    Vietnam destroys huge ivory, rhino horn cache

    The ivory and rhino horn trade is officially banned in Vietnam, but its use in traditional medicine and for decoration remains widespread, ...
  8. JBP Sunny the Hornbill

    Sunny the Hornbill shines as Jurong Bird Park's new animal icon

    It was chosen because the park is home to Southeast Asia's largest collection of hornbills, and has long been actively involved in hornbill ...
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    Cambodia seizes 600kg of ivory from Africa

    Cambodian customs Friday seized more than 600 kilograms of illegal ivory in a container packed with corn that had languished unclaimed at a port ...