Zimbabwe Sells Dozens of Elephants to China
Authorities say the move is meant to ease overpopulation and raise funds for conservation. Zimbabwe has also sought to sell its ivory despite widespread criticism.
News24Wire, 6 January 2017
This is the grim concrete enclosure that's now home for some of the latest batch of elephants shipped from Zimbabwe's beautiful Hwange National Park to a zoo in China. Read more »
The photo in Shanghai Daily showing elephants which have been imported from Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe: Govt Sells Dozens of Elephants to China
The Herald, 6 January 2017
Zimbabwe has exported 35 African elephants from Hwange National Park to China after satisfying Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) requirements on… Read more »
Financial Gazette, 25 August 2016
IN a few weeks, Zimbabwe rekindles its fight for the lifting of the ivory trade ban during the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) meeting in South… Read more »
The Herald, 1 August 2016
THE number of elephants in Zimbabwe has dropped 6,8 percent to 82 000 in 2014 from 88 000 three years earlier due to increased poaching, illegal trans-border trade of live animals… Read more »