One Of The World’s Largest Elephants Killed By Ivory Poachers In Kenya
If you so much as kick a dog or cat in many nations, you would likely have to answer to local authorities . But in Africa, the venerable elephant — long considered one of the most intelligent animals on earth — still suffers at the hands of brutal poachers. A reminder of Africa’s persistent elephant-poaching problem came on Friday, when Tsavo Trust confirmed that a 45-year-old elephant named Satao, living in Tsavo East National Park in Kenya, was found killed by poachers on May 30th. William K. Kiprono, of the Kenya Wildlife Service, says a regional center has been set up to combat wildlife poaching and trafficking:
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