Organisation "Save The Elephants" battles ivory poaching in Kenya
03 March 2016, 23:27
Samburu - David from Save the
Elephants presents the jaws bones of elephants that died of poaching, at STE
camp in Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, March 1, 2016.
In northern Kenya's
Samburu region, there lives the second largest group of elephant species in
this country. Around them, a number of elephant defenders have watched them day
and night for the past 18 years.
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of slain KDF officers to wait months for compensation
Founded in 1993, the organization Save The
Elephants (STE) has been devoting its attention to secure the future of
elephants and battle the ivory poaching.
The World Wildlife Day is observed on
March 3 with "The future of wildlife is in our hands" being the theme
and "The future of elephants is in our hands" being the subtopic this