Zimbabwe Puts Wild Animals Up for Sale
The Zimbabwean government is offering some of its wild animals for sale to the Democratic Republic of Congo and Gambia. Conservationists have in the past launched campaigns to stop the exportation of baby elephants to China all to no avail.
Exported Baby Elephants Distraught
Zimbabwe Standard, 21 May 2017
Last year, more than 30 baby elephants were taken out of their natural habitats and with the blessings from the government and the Zimbabwe Parks & Wildlife Authority… Read more »
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. Read more »