| September 25, 2013
Poachers killing elephants by poisoning water holes with cyanide
Warning: This report contains images which some may find disturbing. Poachers in Zimbabwe are killing elephants for their ivory tusks by poisoning their watering holes with cyanide. The poison has been found in Hwange National Park - which covers more than 5-and-a-half-thousand square miles. ITV’s Martin Geissler reports.