The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Poachers Killed and Tusks Recovered

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Kenya Wildlife Service attend to a poached elephant (file photo).

Two poachers have been killed today by KWS rangers and two tusks and a G3 rifle recovered at the Lower Imenti Forest. Meru KWS senior warden Joshphat Erupe said the rangers were patrolling the forest in search of the poachers who had killed an elephant on Monday afternoon.

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