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Posts Tagged Elephant

For Conservation in Africa, China is a Key Partner

Chinese government destroying ivory pieces

When, on Dec. 30, 2016, the Chinese government made public that it would halt its legal domestic ivory trade by the end of the coming year, it immediately attracted the attention of conservationists and the global media alike. As AWF and other conservation groups see it, the single announcement has the potential to completely upend the illegal wildlife trade.

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14 Times Africa's Wildlife Melted Our Hearts

Kissing Bonobos

Because we love our supporters, and we know our supporters love Africa's unique wildlife, we wanted to give you a special treat this Valentine's Day.

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Photography Competition Transports Viewers to Africa

African Bush Elephant and Cattle Egrets

It’s hard not to be transported when you encounter a photo like the one above, of an elephant in the early morning haze.

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ICYMI: 3 Key Outcomes for Africa’s Elephants

Elephants at sunset

Since the end of August, several developments have transpired that have significant implications for one of Africa’s most iconic pachyderms. Here’s a quick summary of these important updates:

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Big Tim and the State of His Species

Big Tim in a herd of elephants

The world’s appetite for ivory has, for years now, been the driving force behind the catastrophic decline in Africa’s elephant population. A recently completed census revealed that Africa’s elephant numbers have declined by a full 30 percent over a period of just seven years.

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