Undercover at China's ivory black market

Half of all illegal ivory ends up in China, where business is booming. In the past few years, the black market price of raw ivory has tripled.

As the economy there grows, so does the appetite for what is seen as a luxury item.

ITV News China Correspondent Angus Walker reports on Beijing's ivory market.

Click here to read Angus Walker's blog on the lucrative ivory trade from Africa to Asia.

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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.