Big drop in wild elephant numbers
The future of wild elephants is under threat and the number being killed for their tusks has risen dramatically.
It's estimated that an elephant is killed in Africa every 15 minutes by poachers.
Thirty years ago Kenya had almost 170,000 elephants. Today only around 30,000 remain.
Hunters sell their tusks to countries like China, where some people believe ivory has healing powers.
Mark Lowden meets some baby elephants and finds out more about the illegal poaching trade.