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It takes upwards of 20 years for a family who has lost its kin to rebuild

Published 01/21/09

An African elephant never forgets — especially when it comes to the loss of its kin, according to researchers at the University of Washington. Their findings, published online in the journal, Molecular Ecology, reveal that the negative effects of poaching persist for decades after the killing has ended.

Born Free USA has long recognized the damage poaching has done to elephant populations, as discussed in this recent article.

Orphaned Elephants Forced To Forge New Bonds Decades After Ivory Ban
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