Poachers slaughter 200 elephants in Cameroon national park in six weeks

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Armed groups from Chad and Sudan blamed for unprecedented killing in Bouba Ndjida national park, fuelled by demand for ivory

Poachers have killed more than 200 elephants in six weeks in Cameroon, in a “massacre” fuelled by Asian demand for ivory.

A local government official said heavily armed poachers from Chad and Sudan had decimated the elephant population of Bouba Ndjida national park, in Cameroon’s far north.

The Guardian

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