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U.S. fights African poaching as consumer demand for products prompts elephant, rhino slaughter

Who knew the wildlife in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) included elephants and rhinos? Unfortunately, too many of them are dead. FWS, generally focused on homegrown critters, co-chairs an interagency task force, along with the State and Justice departments. It is charged with strategizing against international wildlife trafficking. The co-chair agencies provide foreign […]
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