African elephants stay off endangered list

November 1992
Outdoor Life;Nov92, Vol. 190 Issue 5, p17
Reports that things are looking up for the African elephant, thanks to widespread anti-poaching campaigns and the current United States ban on ivory trade. Defeat of US Fish and Wildlife Service proposal to reclassify the species from its current threatened listing to that of endangered.


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