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Africa is centre of a ‘wildlife war’ that the world is losing

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It's all so very sad.

 

A year on since 46 countries signed up to the ‘London declaration’ to eradicate the trade in horn and ivory, rhinos and elephants are still being pushed closer to extinction

 

The northern white rhino is heading the way of the dinosaurs. With only five left on Earth – three in Kenya, one in America, and one in the Czech Republic – extinction is now inevitable. It survived for millions of years, but could not survive mankind.

 

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http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/mar/21/wildlife-war-lost-in-africa

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