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Published on Oct 1, 2013
In Northern Kenya the illegal act of killing elephants for their tusks is on the rise because of big demand for ivory products in Asia. VICE goes to Kenya's world famous Samburu National Reserve and meets some elephant poachers and a special group of rangers, who protect the elephants from hunters.