Kenya fears poaching rise after elephant family killed

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Kenya's Wildlife Service is still pursuing a gang of poachers responsible for the killing of an entire family of 11 elephants.

Authorities fear that poaching could once more on the rise despite continued efforts to track down the men who kill elephants for the lucrative ivory trade.

Daniel Gallas reports.

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