China destroys 6 tons of ivory in landmark move

China destroyed about 6 tons of illegal ivory from its stockpile on Monday, in an unprecedented move wildlife groups say shows growing concern about the black market trade by authorities in the world's biggest market for elephant tusks. Full Story
frozen butt

Mercer Island, WA

#1 Jan 6, 2014
Oh no! how could the Chinese work with their hands now? I guess they just have to work with their head. LOL!
Katz

Reading, PA

#2 Jan 6, 2014
This is good news!

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