WWF The elephant poaching crisis

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The forest elephants in Dzanga Sangha

Central African Republic (CAR),

WWF Specialist Isabella Pratesi
TG5 Journalist Maria Luisa Cocozza
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Africa’s elephant population has crashed by an estimated 111,000 in the past decade primarily due to poaching, according to the IUCN’s African Elephant Status Report. Released at the world’s largest wildlife trade conference, the authoritative report estimates that there are 415,000 elephants across the 37 range states in Africa—a huge drop since the last full update in 2006. The surge in poaching for ivory that began approximately a decade ago—the worst that Africa has experienced since the 1970s and 1980s—has been the main driver of the decline, while habitat loss poses an increasingly serious, long-term threat to the species, according to the report……  READ MORE  Edited by WWF©2015