African elephants are crossing borders to escape lawlessness and fighting. They seem to be heading to Botswana, Gabon, Namibia and Uganda. These countries are bucking the trend of elephant declines elsewhere, due in part to their political stability, relatively sparse populations and low levels of government corruption.
With about 100 elephants slaughtered for ivory every day in Africa, they could disappear within decades across much of their range.
Three suspected poachers were gunned down at Aberdares National Park after a fierce exchange of fire with KWS rangers on Sunday night. An AK-47 rifle, two rounds of ammunition, a spear, an axe and a weighing machine were recovered from the suspects. Paul Udoto, Kenya Wildlife Service communications manager, said the agency has intensified patrols and intelligence information gathering within the Aberdare ecosystem.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) 72nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) unanimously endorsed a resolution denouncing the illegal trade in wildlife and wildlife products and pledging to partner with government authorities and conservation organizations in the fight against the traffickers of endangered animals.
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