Chinese Actress Li Bingbing Highlights the Illegal Ivory Trade
May 9, 2013
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One of China's best-known actresses Li Bingbing traveled to Samburu National Reserve on Wednesday. The aim of the trip is to highlight the illegal ivory trade driving the increasing number of illegal killings of elephants across Africa, and to support efforts to reduce demand for ivory in Asia.
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