CORRECTION Zimbabwe Elephant Ivory
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CORRECTION Zimbabwe Elephant Ivory

Japanese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Satosh Tanaka, left, and Tinashe Farawo, Zimbabwe National Parks spokesperson, right, hold an elephant tusk during a tour of the ivory stockpiles in Harare, Monday, May, 16, 2022. Zimbabwe is seeking international support to be allowed to sell half a billion dollars worth of ivory stockpile, describing the growth of its elephant population as “dangerous” amid dwindling resources for conservation. The Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority on Monday took ambassadors from European Union countries through a tour of the stockpile to press for sales which are banned by CITES, the international body that monitors endangered species.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

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May 16, 2022 11:42:28 AM
May 17, 2022 03:29:33 PM
Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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8640 x 5760 8.24 MB
Recreation and leisure, Outdoor recreation, Parks, National parks, Lifestyle, Travel, Leisure travel, Sightseeing, National parks, National parks, Wildlife management, Natural resource management, Wildlife management, Animals, Elephants, Environmental concerns, Endangered and extinct species, Environment and nature, Environment, Wildlife, Endangered and extinct species
Harare, ZIMBABWE
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