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African

1. denoting or relating to Africa or any of its peoples, languages, nations, etc.
2. a native, inhabitant, or citizen of any of the countries of Africa
3. a member or descendant of any of the peoples of Africa, esp a Black person
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South Africas African elephant population is increasing; with the Kruger National Park having the largest African elephant population in the country.
Andrew Seguya, director of Uganda's Wildlife Authority, put it bluntly when speaking with The Guardian: "If the EU prevents an Annex I listing, it will be the beginning of the extinction of the African elephant for sure.
Then have students analyze the two graphs related to the ivory trade and the declining African elephant population (p.
They differ in several way, the African elephant being much bigger.
SAN ANDREAS, California -- An animal-welfare group says one of the oldest African elephants in North America has been euthanized in California because of chronic degenerative joint and foot disease.
Illegal poaching for ivory tusks from African elephants has soared since 2009, driven by consumer demand in China
The report warns that poaching levels will lead to continuing declines in the African elephant population.
GENEVA (TAP) - More than 20,000 African elephants were killed for their ivory in 2013, driven by demand in China and Thailand, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) agency reported on Friday.
The African Elephant Summit was organized with the financial support of the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the German Government, the US Agency for International Development, the African Development Bank and the World Bank.
But historical evidence and physical characteristics indicated that the fetus was most likely an African elephant.
The African Elephant Action Plan was approved at the 15th Conference of Parties of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Qatar in 2010.

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