NAIROBI. Kenya Wildlife Service set to burn about 106 tonnes of Ivory and Rhino Horns end of April.


  • Kenya Wildlife Service personnel offloads 172 pieces of Ivory and Rhino horns from a truck at the KWS Headquarters in Nairobi on April 15, 2016. The Kenya Govt will burn 105 tonnes of Ivory and 1 ton of rhino horn at the end of the month to discourage ivory and rhino horn trade believed to be fueling poaching of elephants and rhinos. Photo/pic-centre.com



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  • Kenya Wildlife Service personnel with some of the 172 pieces of Ivory and Rhino horns inside a container at the Headquarters in Nairobi on April 15, 2016. The KWS will burn 106 tonnes of Ivory and Rhino horns in a campaign geared towards discouraging ivory and rhino horn trade to curb poaching of elephants and rhinos. Photo/pic-centre.com



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  • Kenya Wildlife Service personnel with some of the 172 pieces of Ivory and Rhino horns inside a container at the Headquarters in Nairobi on April 15, 2016. The KWS will burn 106 tonnes of Ivory and Rhino horns in a campaign geared towards discouraging ivory and rhino horn trade to curb poaching of elephants and rhinos. Photo/pic-centre.com



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  • Kenya Wildlife Service personnel with some of the 172 pieces of Ivory and Rhino horns inside a container at the Headquarters in Nairobi on April 15, 2016. The KWS will burn 106 tonnes of Ivory and Rhino horns in a campaign geared towards discouraging ivory and rhino horn trade to curb poaching of elephants and rhinos. Photo/pic-centre.com



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  • Kenya Wildlife Service personnel arranges some of the 172 pieces of Ivory and Rhino horns inside a container at the Headquarters in Nairobi on April 15, 2016. The KWS will burn 106 tonnes of Ivory and Rhino horns in a campaign geared towards discouraging ivory and rhino horn trade to curb poaching of elephants and rhinos. Photo/pic-centre.com



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