African countries set for new fight over ivory sales

Three months from a major international conference on endangered species, African countries are divided over whether a fresh round of ivory sales should be allowed.

Tanzania and Zambia, for example, have asked the CITES (Convention on International Trade in International Species) conference to be held from March 13 to 25 in Doha to authorise them to sell 90 and 22 tonnes of ivory respectively.

Should the selling of ivory be encouraged by governments?  Whether it is on the black market or legal the final result is the same…

Whether they are shot on the ground by poachers or killed from the air by government agents the elephants cannot tell the difference.

Read the article about ivory sales here

3 Responses to “African countries set for new fight over ivory sales”

  1. Niral Modasia Says:

    This is totally insane, these people should stop carrying out such unethical acts and abuse on animals jus coz they have ivory!!! think of the poor animals that are dying out there!!! this is insanity!!!

  2. i agree its insane. When will they ever learn that these wonderful creatures may become extinct and their children will only be able to look at them in museums thereafter. Such thick headed people

    • what the f@#k is wrong with people, how cruel can they be! stop being so greedy and take a look at what you’re doing to the elephants… THERE ARE NOT MANY LEFT !!!!!!!! BECAUSE OF YOU , POACHER!!!!!!! how would you like someone to poach you for a tool you posses that’s connected to your body ! oh i know you would probably say “that’s unethical, immoral” well F@#K YOU IF YOU ARE GOING TO POACH AND KILL THE ELEPHANTS THEN YOU DESERVE TO DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and when you do I hope there is a stamped of elephants waiting to TRAMPLE YOU!!!! BURN IN HELL YOU POACHER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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