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Conservationists Sound Alarm on Mozambique Elephant Poaching

The elephant population of Mozambique is under siege, conservationists say, after dozens of killings in recent weeks. The government has put together a task force to address poaching in the country’s northern elephant reserve, where officials estimate two elephants are being killed each day. Most of the carnage is taking place inside the Niassa National Reserve, a conservation area approximately the size of Denmark, and twice the size of South Africa’s famous Kruger National Park. The...

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