Countries now change tack in war against poaching as demand for ivory grows

Friday February 28 2014

Smarting from declining population of elephants and rhinos due to high demand for ivory in Asia, most African countries have been forced to develop sophisticated anti-poaching strategies to protect their wildlife. TEA Graphic

Smarting from declining population of elephants and rhinos due to high demand for ivory in Asia, most African countries have been forced to develop sophisticated anti-poaching strategies to protect their wildlife. TEA Graphic 

By John Mbaria Special Correspondent

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