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In this July 29, 2013 photo, an elephant reaches a campsite in the Chobe National Park in Northern Botswana. Recent years have yielded dire news about ivory poaching in Africa, where conservationists say poachers killed more than 20,000 elephants in 2013 amid rising demand for their tusks in Asia, particularly China. Yet Botswana is a rare bright spot because, the government says, it has about 200,000 elephants and the population is growing. Estimates for the total number of elephants in Africa range from 420,000 to 650,000, according to CITES and other conservation organizations. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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