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The Inquiry Junior - What’s Killing Africa’s Elephants?

Poachers, jewellery makers and angry farmers: the story behind the decline of elephants. This is a special edition for listeners aged 10 to 14 - and grown ups too!

This is a special edition that younger listeners aged 10 to 14 can also enjoy. If you’re no longer in that bracket, don’t worry, The Inquiry as you know and love it will be back to normal after the next two episodes. It’s an experiment and we’d love to know what you think of it. Please email us Theinquiry@bbc.com or tweet @bbctheinquiry.

What’s Killing Africa’s Elephants? Poachers, jewellery makers and angry farmers: the story behind the drop in elephant numbers across Africa.

Presenters: Priscilla Ngethe and Kate Lamble.

Image: African elephants (Credit: BBC)

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