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Australia’s role in elephant, rhino poaching under scrutiny

While importing ivory is banned, it is perfectly legal to buy and sell ivory items in Australia without documentation proving they are antiques — something that could be encouraging poachers, according to a senator who has pushed for a parliamentary inquiry set to investigate the matter.

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