Kenya made a powerful statement for elephants by burning over 100 tons of elephant ivory and rhino horn at an event on April 30. While other such events have been held recently, this one stands out on sheer size (as you can see below).
"When the Kenya burn is over and the smoke clears, WCS is hopeful the world will be even more galvanized in its resolve to end the poaching crisis that is wiping out Africa's mighty elephants and rhinos," said Cristián Samper, WCS President and CEO.
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