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Elephant poaching has remained a persistent problem across Africa, with one-fifth of the elephant population slaughtered for their ivory tusks over the past 10 years. The reserve in Mozambique was struggling against poachers when the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society started providing helicopters

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