Surge in elephant poaching in Chad


Since May, more than 100 elephants have been killed for their tusks in what National Geographic calls "one of the elephants' last central African strongholds, Chad's Zakouma National Park."

National Geographic has the full story, and photographs of the gruesome evidence.

Link: African Elephants Slaughtered in Herds Near Chad Wildlife Park.

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