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A staggering 62 percent of all forest elephants have been killed for their ivory over the past decade. ->
If you've ever seen the real human dissections in BODIES: The Exhibition (or seen it in the James Bond movie Casino Royale), you may have been fascinated by seeing human cadavers plastinated with their skins peeled away, revealing the beauty and detail of our life-sustaining systems within: our ner...
At least five men were gunned down in September for protecting the last of these magnificent animals.
A recent elephant poisoning wasn't a case of poor farmer defending his crops. The dead elephants were found on a state-owned plantation.
Ivory's status as a luxury item and its unique properties as a carving material make it difficult to replace.
Woolly mammoths may have interbred with other ancient elephants that crossed their paths.
Ivory has replaced blood diamonds as a major source of cash for criminal armies.
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