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Kenya’s elephant population more than doubled in three decades

Kenya’s elephant population more than doubled in three decades

At an event marking World Elephant Day, authorities announced that the elephant population in Kenya had doubled in the last three decades. The boost to elephant populations has come amid a crackdown on poachers and ivory smugglers. The population of African elephants in Kenya saw an increase from 16,000 to more than 34,000 between 1989-2019, John Waweru, director of Kenya’s Wildlife Service said.

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