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Since 2004, wildlife criminals have killed over 11,100 elephants in a single protected area in Gabon's Minké National Park. That's between 44% and 77% of the total population
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How many elephants have been killed in Gabon’s Minkébé National Park since 2004?
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Since 2004, wildlife criminals have killed between 44 and 77% of the elephant population in a single protected area in Minkébé National Park, Gabon, according to a recent study by WWF, the Gabonese National Parks Agency, and the Wildlife Conservation Society. Help us stop wildlife crime by addressing the main problem—demand for illegal ivory. Sign and share the petition to ban the ivory trade in Thailand.
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