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Elephant, rhino poaching funds African terrorists

In this Monday, Oct. 21, 2002, file photo, National Parks Board officials carry a large elephant tusk in the stockpile storeroom at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. As many as 20 per cent of Africa's elephants could be killed in the next 10 years if illegal poaching continues at the current rate, according to new data released in December at the Elephant Summit in Botswana.

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In this Monday, Oct. 21, 2002, file photo, National Parks Board officials carry a large elephant tusk in the stockpile storeroom at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. As many as 20 per cent of Africa's elephants could be killed in the next 10 years if illegal poaching continues at the current rate, according to new data released in December at the Elephant Summit in Botswana.

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