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Ivory crush sends powerful message - Take action to do the same

When the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service crushed 6 tons of confiscated ivory carvings, trinkets and jewelry into rubble last month, it got the world’s attention. It sent a powerful message to wildlife criminals, other countries and black market ivory sellers that the United States has zero tolerance for elephant poaching.

Read more here:http://worldwildlife.org/stories/putting-an-end-to-elephant-poaching

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