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Watch: A Poacher's Court Tries To Save Elephants And Rhinos In Africa

Watch: A Poacher's Court Tries To Save Elephants And Rhinos In Africa
| File-Sopan Joshi
Watch: A Poacher's Court Tries To Save Elephants And Rhinos In Africa
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2016-09-26T15:18:35+05:30

The gruesome practices of poachers in Africa are taking an ever greater toll ¬- if the slaughter continues at this pace, in just two decades elephants and rhinoceroses could be completely extinct. A poacher's court is trying to help prevent this.

 
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