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Japan's ivory market is no longer a threat to elephant populations – here's why

By Laura Thomas-Walters, Postdoctoral Scholar in Fisheries and Wildlife, University of Stirling
Bob Smith, Director, Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology, University of Kent
Diogo Veríssimo, Research Fellow in Conservation Marketing, University of Oxford
Takahiro Kubo, Senior Researcher in National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) & Visiting Researcher in ICCS, University of Oxford
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Japan was one of the world’s largest ivory markets – research explains why the country is no longer a key destination for the product.The Conversation

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