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An elephant is pictured in  southern Kenya. Wildlife protection groups say the number of African elephants killed for their tusks is the highest in decades, in part because of increasing posterity and demand for ivory in China.
An elephant is pictured in  southern Kenya. Wildlife protection groups say the number of African elephants killed for their tusks is the highest in decades, in part because of increasing posterity and demand for ivory in China.

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Royal joins the fight to save wildlife

Prince William joins the fight to save elephants, rhinos and tigers. CNN's Max Foster reports

Royal joins the fight to save wildlife

Prince William joins the fight to save elephants, rhinos and tigers. CNN's Max Foster reports