Elephant, Rhino Poaching Driven By China's Economic Boom, Study Says


The Guardian reports on a new study which has found that "the number of ivory items on sale in key centres in southern China has more than doubled since 2004, with most traded illegally." Fears about the future of elephants and rhinos of Africa has the researchers calling for China to tighten the enforcement of ivory trading regulations. Read the full story on The Guardian. Follow Jaymi on Twitter for more stories like this

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