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A recent report said that poachers killed off nearly a third of the savannah elephants in Africa from 2007 to 2014, leaving only about 352,000 of the animals.

In July 2015, officers noticed a number of adverts for ‘cow-bone carvings’ appearing on the auction website Ebay.

There’s a Louth County Council sign between Brodigan’s supermarket in Knockbridge village and the Halla Wolfe Tone diagonally opposite. “Litter Louts – Don’t Litter Louth.” Some distance away, council officials have been unearthing one of the largest illegal dumps found in the county to date – two separate subterranean piles of approximately 600 tonnes and 1,000 tonnes each – concealed from the public road by a large cluster of agri-industrial structures.

When visited the scene yesterday, workmen apparently connected to what goes on there (as opposed to local government officials) showed little enthusiasm for exchanging pleasantries with a stranger.

That means that poaching — one of the biggest threats to elephants — is widespread and may be a bigger problem than we think.

Poachers kill elephants for their valuable tusks — a single pound of ivory can sell for

In July 2015, officers noticed a number of adverts for ‘cow-bone carvings’ appearing on the auction website Ebay.

There’s a Louth County Council sign between Brodigan’s supermarket in Knockbridge village and the Halla Wolfe Tone diagonally opposite. “Litter Louts – Don’t Litter Louth.” Some distance away, council officials have been unearthing one of the largest illegal dumps found in the county to date – two separate subterranean piles of approximately 600 tonnes and 1,000 tonnes each – concealed from the public road by a large cluster of agri-industrial structures.

When visited the scene yesterday, workmen apparently connected to what goes on there (as opposed to local government officials) showed little enthusiasm for exchanging pleasantries with a stranger.

That means that poaching — one of the biggest threats to elephants — is widespread and may be a bigger problem than we think.

Poachers kill elephants for their valuable tusks — a single pound of ivory can sell for $1,500, and tusks can weigh 250 pounds.

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In July 2015, officers noticed a number of adverts for ‘cow-bone carvings’ appearing on the auction website Ebay.There’s a Louth County Council sign between Brodigan’s supermarket in Knockbridge village and the Halla Wolfe Tone diagonally opposite. “Litter Louts – Don’t Litter Louth.” Some distance away, council officials have been unearthing one of the largest illegal dumps found in the county to date – two separate subterranean piles of approximately 600 tonnes and 1,000 tonnes each – concealed from the public road by a large cluster of agri-industrial structures.When visited the scene yesterday, workmen apparently connected to what goes on there (as opposed to local government officials) showed little enthusiasm for exchanging pleasantries with a stranger.That means that poaching — one of the biggest threats to elephants — is widespread and may be a bigger problem than we think.Poachers kill elephants for their valuable tusks — a single pound of ivory can sell for $1,500, and tusks can weigh 250 pounds.

,500, and tusks can weigh 250 pounds.

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