Nightly News   |  January 10, 2013

Demand for Ivory fuels elephant poaching

Wildlife activists are calling for Interpol and the World Customs Association to work together to crackdown on the trade in ivory, issuing heavier penalties for those caught illegally dealing. Poaching has increased recently, fueled by a demand in Asia for jewelry and ornaments. ITV’s Paul Davies reports.

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