Rescued Namibian baby elephants move to Mexico

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Nine baby elephants have arrived in a Mexican Safari park after their parents were killed by ivory hunters in Namibia.

Africam Safari in the Mexican state of Puebla, beat competition from other animal parks around the world to keep the mammals thanks to its prized conservation and education programmes.

But moving such "valuable cargo" from Africa proved a very complex task.

Liliet Heredero reports.

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