Kenya ready for historical ivory burn

Kenya has been preparing to burn 105 tonnes of ivory and 1.3 tonnes of rhino horn, there are only 3 days to the main day of the greatest burning, preparations are well under way.
Paul Gathitu, spokesperson of Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) said engineers have built the piles to burn the ivory safely without harming people around and causing very high pollution.
Kenya hopes that the world will follow suit and help to save the elephant and stop poaching.

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