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DNA tests on elephant tusks expose ivory trafficking rings
(CNN) - A DNA sampling technique on elephant tusks has helped expose three of Africa's ivory trafficking rings, a new study says. Scientists matched information from DNA samples of elephant tusks take...

Elephant Tusk DNA Helps Track Ivory Poachers
Researchers are examining the genetic data in seized elephant ivory to trace it back to the animals’ homelands and connect it to global trafficking crimes. Image African elephants in Botswana. Researc...

DNA Test Helps Conservationists Track Down Ivory Smugglers
Conservationists have developed a new high-tech strategy to trace the cartels that smuggle much of the illegal ivory around the world — by using DNA to track ivory back to specific ports. Biologist Sa...

DNA fingerprints crack African ivory-smuggling cases
Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE DNA fingerprinting has helped conservationists and law enforcement teams identify ...

Wildlife Detective Uses DNA to Link Stolen Ivory to Big Cartels
On June 5, 2014, Kenyan police entered a Fuji Motors car yard in the port city of Mombasa, where they found a two-ton stash of ivory. The discovery led them to a middle-aged Kenyan named Feisal Mohame...

DNA Tests Identify Ivory Smuggling Cartels
Researchers are using genetic analysis to connect the dots in the illegal ivory trade, linking multiple seizures of the valuable tusks to a common set of traffickers. Targeting these ivory-smuggling c...

Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Pickups: Antonio Callaway shines, LeSean McCoy injury opens door for Chris Ivory
The candidates for our top Week 3 fantasy waiver wire pickups began lining up on Thursday night with several breakout performances, then gradually the queue got bigger with Joe Mixon's injury (welcome ...

Scientists Use Elephant Tusk DNA In Hopes Of Catching Ivory Smugglers
A group of scientists have linked multiple cartels to the ivory they smuggle through genetic analysis. Researchers looked at ivory seized between 2006 and 2015, according to a report in the journal Sc...

DNA sleuths bolster case against three ivory cartels
Tampa (AFP) - DNA tests on smuggled elephant tusks have identified three major ivory cartels in Africa and are helping investigators bolster the criminal cases against some of the most dangerous traff...

Save The Elephants: How DNA revealed the 3 cartels behind most of Africa’s ivory smuggling
Science writer Ed Yong has an amazing whodunit at The Atlantic on how genetic science can help stop elephant poaching. Smuggled ivory is on the rise. Over 40 tons of ivory are seized each year.

Scientists Use DNA to Expose the World's Top 3 Illegal Ivory Cartels
The criminal life has not been hard for ivory smugglers. Operating on vast, unwatched swaths of the African savanna, poachers slaughter elephants for their tusks, which move up through a pyramid of mi...

Wildlife detectives link smuggled African elephant ivory to 3 major cartels
Around 40,000 African elephants are illegally killed for their tusks every year. But catching ivory poachers, and successfully convicting them, has remained incredibly hard. In 2016, for instance ...