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China Crushes Illegal Ivory but Cravings Persist

Although officials in China have for the first time destroyed ivory that had been smuggled into the country, Chinese appetites are going strong. The WSJ's Enda Curran speaks with the International Fund for Animal Welfare's Grace Gabriel about the challenges of stopping trafficking of illegal ivory. Copyright 2014, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

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