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Day in Photos: Aug. 16, 2012

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Yao Ming, China's top basketball star, follows Kenya Wildlife Rangers to lay a wreath on the memorial site of the Kenya Wildlife Rangers killed during fighting with poachers in Nairobi. Ming is visiting Kenya on his first-ever visit to Africa to film a documentary aimed at reducing poaching attacks against elephants and rhinos. The two animals are coming under increasing attacks by poachers who sell rhino horns and elephant tusks to buyers in Asia who acquire the animal products as a sign of affluence. (AP Photo/Sayyid Azim)

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