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Geographic and Genetic Information Helps Track Elephant Poachers

News   Nov 01, 2019 | Original story from the University of Illinois

 
Geographic and Genetic Information Helps Track Elephant Poachers

Illegal hunting is a major threat to African elephants, with more elephants killed by poachers than from natural causes. A new tool will help trace the origins of ivory seized from poachers. Credit: Photo by Michael Jeffords and Susan Post.

 
 
 

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