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39,000 ELEPHANTS DIED BY POACHING BETWEEN 2009 AND 2012

by | 30-07-2013 01:18 recommendations 0

Due to the report of the Network of Protected Areas in Southern Tanzania (SPA-NEST),it was observed that the rate of elephant reduced from 109,000 to 70,000 in the year of 2009 to 2012.

according to the research this result comes to
high rate of the ivory trade to china and Asia due to availability of ivory. According to the situation
( SPA-NEST ) suggested the improvement of the communication against the ivory trade in order to catch up poachers and so far to improve the relation between Tanzania and Asia countries and China in order to fight together as one on this preventation.
 

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15 Comments

  • says :
    calls for a grave punishment.
    Posted 22-08-2013 19:25

Rohan Kapur

  • Rohan Kapur says :
    Very sad condition.
    Posted 21-08-2013 20:29

  • says :
    thanks for sharing
    Posted 20-08-2013 09:30

  • says :
    that is so sad
    Posted 31-07-2013 23:01

  • says :
    It is really sad...awareness regarding the matter should be raised..thanks for the info.
    Posted 31-07-2013 19:44

  • says :
    alarming situation..it needs to be highlighted
    Posted 31-07-2013 18:49

  • says :
    It should be highlighted and steps should be taken against.
    Posted 31-07-2013 15:20

  • says :
    That is sad
    Posted 31-07-2013 14:18

  • says :
    it's really sad!
    Posted 31-07-2013 14:13

  • says :
    serious problem, we should raise the awarness about that
    Posted 30-07-2013 14:57

  • says :
    sad news!
    Posted 30-07-2013 13:40

  • Arushi Madan says :
    Thats a lot , very serious.
    Posted 30-07-2013 13:15

  • says :
    sadly condition :( action must do!
    Posted 30-07-2013 08:48

  • says :
    Thanks for the information!
    Posted 30-07-2013 06:12

  • says :
    everythin z in decreazin order

    Posted 30-07-2013 02:06

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