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Prince William: Ivory Poaching Must Stop to Save African Elephants

Newsmax Thursday, 22 September 2016 ()
Prince William wants to do his part in making sure ivory sales are banned everywhere so that elephants and rhinos don't become extinct in the near future.
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News video: Prince William arrives at the Shard for anti-poaching conference

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Footage of Prince William arriving at the Shard in London earlier today for an anti-poaching conference on behalf of the Tusk charity.

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