Elephants face threats from poachers and poverty
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Elephants face threats from poachers and poverty

Elephants don’t just face threats from poachers. They also face another enemy – poverty-stricken villagers…

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Stop the Slaughter: Battle to save the rhino
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Stop the Slaughter: Battle to save the rhino

Over 1,000 rhinos were killed across Africa last year – is it now make or…

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Meet Kerio – the orphaned baby elephant
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Meet Kerio – the orphaned baby elephant

Kerio’s mother was killed by poachers in Kenya. ITV News travelled to Ithumba to watch…

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Kenya’s daily battle to save the elephant
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Kenya’s daily battle to save the elephant

ITV News presenter Mark Austin travelled with vets in Kenya to witness their daily and…

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Huge haul of illegal ivory
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Huge haul of illegal ivory

Eighty tonnes – that’s how much ivory is in this warehouse in Kenya. The haul,…

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William: World has 5-10 years to save rhino
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William: World has 5-10 years to save rhino

Prince William has issued his gravest warning yet that the rhino is dangerously close to…

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Why it’s now make or break for the rhino
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Why it’s now make or break for the rhino

Rhinos are in trouble. The iconic species that has graced the planet for millions of…

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Britain’s EU referendum debate divides farmers
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Britain’s EU referendum debate divides farmers

The debate over the UK’s future in the EU is now dividing Yorkshire’s farming community.…

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Trump campaign plagued by reports of violence from supporters
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Trump campaign plagued by reports of violence from supporters

US billionaire and presidential wannabe Donald Trump is facing criticism amid an increasing number of…

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Labour outline new ‘rules’ on economic spending
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Labour outline new ‘rules’ on economic spending

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell announced the party’s plans to manage the country’s finances and win…

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