Great news for all animal lovers!
A trio of poachers were killed over valentines weekend while poaching elephants in Zambia. Rangers were notified by a tip off from the local community when gunshots were heard and rangers rushed to respond. The rangers found a dead elephant with his tusks still intact. The rangers hid themselves for the poachers to claim the elephant ivory. the poachers eventually came and started firing at the rangers.
In an intense gun fight, rangers shot and killed a poacher who started firing at them, two of the poachers retreated in the fray of the gun battle and were found dead a few days later with body limbs missing. Local fishermen found their bodies floating down the Zambezi river, naked and eyes plucked out. One had both legs missing which police identified as eaten by crocodile.
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In the aftermath of the shoot out, rangers seized a 375 rifle, 13 rounds of ammo and two cell phones which could potentially help the Anti Poaching bureau identify and arrest everyone involved in the ivory trafficking ring.
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