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France crushes ivory in anti-poaching move

By Sarah Elzas

France publicly destroyed three tonnes of illegally seized ivory on Thursday to show its commitment to stopping the poaching of African elephants. France is the first European country to stage such large-scale destruction. It follows Kenya in 2011 and several other countries, most recently China in January.

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