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Love is like a magic penny
 if you hold it tight you won't have any
if you give it away you'll have so many
they'll be rolling all over the floor

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Wow.  That is a story unheard of.
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Poachers kill one of Africa's last remaining 'big tusker' elephants

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One of Africa's oldest and largest elephants has been killed by poachers in Kenya, according to a conservation group that protects a dwindling group of "big tuskers" estimated to be as few as 25.

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The number of African elephants has fallen by about 111,000 to 415,000 over the past decade, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

The killing shows no sign of abating, with approximately 30,000 elephants slaughtered for their ivory every year, mainly to satisfy demand in the Asian market for products coveted as a traditional medicine or as status symbols.
Just a thought, but you could get small amounts of ivory from the teeth of poachers.
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Poachers kill one of Africa's last remaining 'big tusker' elephants

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One of Africa's oldest and largest elephants has been killed by poachers in Kenya, according to a conservation group that protects a dwindling group of "big tuskers" estimated to be as few as 25.

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The number of African elephants has fallen by about 111,000 to 415,000 over the past decade, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

The killing shows no sign of abating, with approximately 30,000 elephants slaughtered for their ivory every year, mainly to satisfy demand in the Asian market for products coveted as a traditional medicine or as status symbols.
Just a thought, but you could get small amounts of ivory from the teeth of poachers.
I'm sure one could get decent prices for many of the rest of their body parts.
Are we there yet?

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Why put the bunnies with the goats?  Because that's  closer to how they are in nature.