Truckloads of confiscated elephant tusks are unloaded by soldiers to containers at the Kenya Wildlife Services headquarters in Nairobi in , on April 15, 2016. 100 tonnes of ivory, and 1.35 tonnes of rhino horn will be burnt on April 30th 2016 to protest animal poaching.
 A soldier stands next to a pile of confiscated elephant tusks at the Kenya Wildlife Services headquarters in Nairobi in , on April 15, 2016. 100 tonnes of ivory, and 1.35 tonnes of rhino horn will be burnt on April 30th 2016 to protest animal poaching.
 Truckloads of confiscated elephant tusks are unloaded by soldiers to containers at the Kenya Wildlife Services headquarters in Nairobi in , on April 15, 2016. 100 tonnes of ivory, and 1.35 tonnes of rhino horn will be burnt on April 30th 2016 to protest animal poaching.
 Truckloads of confiscated elephant tusks are unloaded by soldiers out of containers at the Kenya Wildlife Services headquarters in Nairobi on April 20, 2016. 100 tonnes of ivory, and 1.35 tonnes of rhino horn will be burnt on April 30th 2016 to protest animal poaching.
 Truckloads of confiscated elephant tusks are unloaded by soldiers out of containers at the Kenya Wildlife Services headquarters in Nairobi on April 20, 2016. 100 tonnes of ivory, and 1.35 tonnes of rhino horn will be burnt on April 30th 2016 to protest animal poaching.
 Truckloads of confiscated elephant tusks are unloaded by soldiers out of containers at the Kenya Wildlife Services headquarters in Nairobi on April 20, 2016. 100 tonnes of ivory, and 1.35 tonnes of rhino horn will be burnt on April 30th 2016 to protest animal poaching.
 Wildlife Services rangers stand guard near the Ivory burning site in Nairobi Kenya on April 30th 2016. More than 100 tonnes of ivory were burnt to promote protecting endangered elephants.
 Wildlife Services rangers stand guard near the Ivory burning site in Nairobi Kenya on April 30th 2016. More than 100 tonnes of ivory were burnt to promote protecting endangered elephants.
 Wildlife Services rangers stand guard near the Ivory burning site in Nairobi Kenya on April 30th 2016. More than 100 tonnes of ivory were burnt to promote protecting endangered elephants.
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