In January, ITV News' Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo was the first UK broadcaster on the scene of Kenya's worst recorded ivory poaching in its history.
A family of 12 elephants at Tsavo National Park, one of the largest elephant sanctuaries in the world, were slaughtered and their tusks hacked off.
This report contains images of dead elephants:
An international conference to halt the rise in ivory and rhino horn poaching ended in Bangkok, with campaigners feeling 'disappointed'.
Wildlife campaigners believe an opportunity to halt the rise in ivory and rhino horn poaching has been missed at the CITES conference.
There appears to be a perfect storm and animals which have been on the planet for millions of years may be wiped out.