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What steps have taken by African Forestry department to stop elephant poaching?

What steps have taken by African Forestry department to stop elephant poaching?

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M. Klose

M. Klose

M. Klose
M. Klose, Content Writer, Oakland

Answered Aug 23, 2018

The WWF's African Elephant program is one of the programs in Central, Eastern, Southern and West Africa. They provide support to secure the future of Elephants in Africa. They work to reduce the rate of illegal trading of Elephant parts, they provide training to anti - poaching teams to create new protected areas for conservation of Elephants.

'Save the Elephant' is another program in Kenya, they help and track the movements of Elephants. They also rescue Elephants before poachers harm the animals. This team has train some poachers to become game keepers.

In conclusion, many governments are working together to establish bodies that will help conserve Elephants before they go extinct.

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