Africa, Editors’ Choice, Environment, Featured, Headlines, TerraViva United Nations Biodiversity The country’s Environment Ministry is defending the January 29 auction as a conservation strategy, but conservations say the move is based on false population statistics, disputed claims of human-elephant conflict and puts 3% of Namibia’s last elephants up for sale Namibian elephants in Etosha. Conservationists…

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