The price of ivory

April 2014
National Catholic Reporter;4/11/2014, Vol. 50 Issue 13, p3
A photograph of officials of Kenya Wildlife Service displaying recovered elephant tusks and illegally held firearms that were confiscated from poachers in 2013 is presented.


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