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Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)

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  • 25 Jul, 2011  |
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Last week hundreds of elephant tusks were burned in Kenya to highlight gravity of the situation with the illegal elephant killings. The tusks were originally seized in Singapore in 2002.

1 Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)


2 Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)


3 Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)


4 Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)


5 Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)




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7 Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)


8 Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)


9 Ivory Burned in Kenya (9 pics)


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№1 Author: salsapopo (25 Jul 2011 13:01) Total user comments: 12723


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№2 Author: plaidpancake (25 Jul 2011 17:07) Total user comments: 2475


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poor elephants 11
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№3 Author: Runelord (25 Jul 2011 18:17) Total user comments: 160


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it's like burning drugs and destroying weapons seized off of criminals. it does nothing really to affect the situation.
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№4 Author: Píixan (25 Jul 2011 19:50) Total user comments: 1014


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Next time, burn the criminals that kill elephants as well. 46
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№5 Author: Lu (25 Jul 2011 20:24) Total user comments: 15082


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What a waste. Could've been sold to boost the ailing budget. Didn't stop the killings at all.
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№6 Author: Jimmy Johnson (25 Jul 2011 22:48) Total user comments: 5518


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Do a better job protecting the elephants.
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№7 Author: apari (25 Jul 2011 22:49) Total user comments: 827


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Wasting more ivory is their solution to saving it? No wonder these people have a hard time getting ahead....
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№8 Author: raymond.wendt (26 Jul 2011 03:06) Total user comments: 9115


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Should have hired a dentist to put them back on. Bet that smelled bad burning too.
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