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China, the world`s biggest consumer of trafficked ivory, has signalled its intent to crack down on the thriving illegal trade by destroying over six tonnes of confiscated tusks and carved pieces.
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A new method for dating elephant tusks has been devised by the researchers to make it easier to enforce the ivory ban and save the African elephant from extinction.
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A conservation group claims that Google has something in common with illicit ivory traders in China and Thailand.
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Hollywood superstar Leonardo DiCaprio is set to lead an International Fund for Animal Welfare campaign to save elephants and stop the international ivory trade.
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The wildlife watchdog, says that the illegal ivory trade has been rising globally since 2004 largely due to increasing demand in China.
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have unearthed another gang involved in ivory trade and seized
six tusks, making it the third ivory seizure in the state in
less than a month.
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