/ 17 November 2022

What to expect from this year’s wildlife conference in Panama

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On April 30, 106 tonnes of ivory was set ablaze in Nairobi National Park. This ivory represented around 6 700 dead elephants and 450 dead rhinos with a street value estimated at $150–million. (Mara Elephant Project)
Southern African countries push to resume ivory trade in government stockpiles, while other African proposals seek to protect hippos

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