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One of World's Premier Ivory Investigators Is Killed

"Pachyderms have lost a great champion." That's the tribute of one elephant expert for Esmond Bradley Martin, one of the world's most well-known ivory investigators, who was found killed in his home in Nairobi, Kenya, per the Telegraph and BBC. The 75-year-old had a stab wound to his neck, and...
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