Anger over elephant killings

A family of 12 elephants have been slaughtered and their tusks hacked off in the worst recorded ivory poaching incident in Kenya's history, prompting calls for action to tackle the illegal trade.

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Orphaned elephants are victims of Kenya's poaching crisis

A family of 12 elephants were killed in Kenya on Saturday, the worst recorded incident in the country's history. Credit: ITV News
Elephants orphaned by the Kenyan poaching crisis at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Credit: ITV News
Seventeen poachers killed the family in Kenya. Credit: ITV News

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