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Tanzania | Crackdown on poachers appears to resulted in elephant population increases

Once known as the world’s elephant killing fields, Tanzania appears to have halted the worst ivory poaching within its borders, making more than 2,300 arrests of poachers and traffickers over five years.


Investigators say that by the beginning of 2020 they had identified and penetrated at least 11 organised wildlife trafficking syndicates and arrested 21 “kingpins” — the high level leaders and organisers of the illegal trade, who profit most from it.


https://news.mongabay.com/2021/06/poaching-declines-in-tanzania-following-prosecution-of-ivory-trafficking-ringleaders/

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