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Crawford Allan (TRAFFIC), Jimmiel Mandima (African Wildlife Foundation), USFWS Director Dan Ashe, and Panel Moderator David Hayes discuss how the U.S. should tackle the poaching crisis.
Tower where poached ivory tusks will be displayed before crushing.
Rocky Mountain Arsenal where the Ivory Crush event is being held
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe hopes this effort will raise awareness on elephant poaching and help to ensure the survival of this iconic species.
Crushed ivory in large bins for transport
Ivory jewelry being shoveled into the crusher by hand.
Intricate carvings of contraband ivory slated for destruction in the crush.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) constructing scaffolding which will display a life sized herd of elephants.
Rich Ruggiero, USFWS International Affairs, Chief of Africa Branch being interviewed by reporters.
Crushed Ivory
Ivory stockpile slated for destruction in the crush.
Carved ivory tusk stockpile slated for destruction in the crush.
Joely Fisher, actress and IFAW Ambassador, poses with Bryan Arroyo, Assistant Director for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service International Affairs program, at the U.S. Ivory Crush.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe speaks at the U.S. Ivory Crush.
Ivory tusk tower
Dr. Paula Kahumbu, wildlife conservationist and CEO of WildlifeDirect, speaks at the U.S. Ivory Crush.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe speaks at the U.S. Ivory Crush.
Ginette Hemley, Senior Vice President for Conservation Strategy and Science at the World Wlidlife Fund, speaks at the U.S. Ivory Crush.
Ivory stockpile slated for destruction in the crush.
Joely Fisher, actress and IFAW Ambassador, provides symbolic gesture at the U.S. Ivory Crush.
Edward Grace, USFWS Deputy Assistant Director for Law Enforcement discussing the ivory.
Ivory for crush in the morning light
Ivory that has been Crushed.
The destruction of this ivory will be witnessed by representatives of African nations and other countries, dozens of leading conservationists and international media representatives.
Ivory stockpile slated for destruction in the crush.
Ivory in Morning Light 2
Ivory in Morning Light 3
Azzedine Downes, President and CEO of the International Fund for Animal Welfare, speaks at the U.S. Ivory Crush.
Ivory that has been Crushed.
Many other items besides ivory are held at the repository
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