One Ton of Illegal Ivory Seized in New York

Two defendants pleaded guilty in Manhattan Thursday to selling and offering for sale a ton of ivory items worth more than $2 million harvested from endangered and threatened elephants , one of the largest seizures in New York history and a sign that the trade in endangered animals still thrives despite the best efforts of conservationists and law enforcement. "Poachers should not have a market in Manhattan," said Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance at a press conference at which he...Full Story
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