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About 300 Zimbabwe elephants were poisoned by poachers, along with other animals, at the nation's largest game park since May of this year. The animals, which also included lions, vultures, wild dogs and hyenas, were killed by poachers who used …
News Max · 10/22/2013
More than 80 elephants have been killed for their ivory by poachers who used cyanide to poison a water hole in Zimbabwe's largest game park. Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi confirmed the toll on Tuesday after touring Hwange National Park. Wildlife ...
Sudan Vision · 5/14/2015
"When we left Hwange National Park on Sunday, the total number of elephants that had died from cyanide poisoning was 81," said Jerry Gotora, a director of the Zimbabwe parks department. "Several other animals have also died, but we don't have the total ...
Daily Telegraph · 9/24/2013
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More than 80 elephants have been killed for their ivory by poachers who used cyanide to poison a water hole in Zimbabwe's largest game park. Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi confirmed the toll on Tuesday after touring Hwange National Park. Wildlife ...
BBC · 9/25/2013
For the first time on record poachers have used chemicals to poison water holes in five national parks in Zimbabwe to kill elephants and other wildlife. Nine elephants were found dead with their ivory tusks removed, according to the BBC. At least 21 other ...
Global Post · 9/23/2011
Selected Google banner below is independent from this eTN Article: There has been so much in the news during the week about the death of at least 69 elephants in Hwange National Park after being poisoned ... of Ministers from the Zimbabwe government ...
E TN Global Travel Industry News · 9/23/2013
Zimbabwean police say they arrested six men accused of killing 41 elephants with cyanide in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park. State media reported Friday that police official Muyambirwa Muzzah said rangers followed the tracks in the southwestern …
i24news.tv · 9/7/2013
Photo: Coutts;123 HARARE - Two more elephants have been found poisoned near Zimbabwe's flagship Hwange National Park, the site of a mass killing of elephants two years ago, the state broadcaster said Tuesday. The two dead elephants were found near ...
ENCA · 2/17/2015
More than 300 elephants and other animals have died of cyanide poisoning by poachers in Zimbabwe's largest game park, a wildlife conservation group said Monday. "In July, around 300 elephants had died from cyanide poisoning in Hwange and were …
Phys.org · 10/21/2013
TWO more elephants have been found poisoned near Zimbabwe's flagship Hwange National Park, the site of a mass killing of elephants two years ago, the state broadcaster said Tuesday. The two dead elephants were found near Pelandaba village, in …
New Zimbabwe · 2/17/2015
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