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Melihat Koleksi Gading Gajah di Zimbabwe

AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi - detikNews
Rabu, 18 Mei 2022 08:04 WIB

Zimbabwe - Gading gajah senilai setengah miliar dolar disimpan di Harare, Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe tengah mencari dukungan untuk diizinkan menjual persediaan gading gajah itu.

Ambassadors from European countries stand next to elephant tusks lying on the floor during a tour of ivory stockpiles in Harare, Monday, May, 17, 2022. Zimbabwe is seeking international support to be allowed to sell half a billion dollars worth of ivory stockpile, describing the growth of its elephant population as “dangerous” amid dwindling resources for conservation. The Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority on Monday took ambassadors from European Union countries through a tour of the stockpile to press for sales which are banned by CITES, the international body that monitors endangered species. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Seorang penjaga Taman Nasional Zimbabwe yang bersenjata menjaga beberapa gading gajah selama tur penyimpanan gading gajah di Harare, Senin 17 Mei 2022.

Ambassadors from European countries stand next to elephant tusks lying on the floor during a tour of ivory stockpiles in Harare, Monday, May, 17, 2022. Zimbabwe is seeking international support to be allowed to sell half a billion dollars worth of ivory stockpile, describing the growth of its elephant population as “dangerous” amid dwindling resources for conservation. The Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority on Monday took ambassadors from European Union countries through a tour of the stockpile to press for sales which are banned by CITES, the international body that monitors endangered species. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Zimbabwe mencari dukungan internasional untuk diizinkan menjual persediaan gading senilai setengah miliar dolar.

Ambassadors from European countries stand next to elephant tusks lying on the floor during a tour of ivory stockpiles in Harare, Monday, May, 17, 2022. Zimbabwe is seeking international support to be allowed to sell half a billion dollars worth of ivory stockpile, describing the growth of its elephant population as “dangerous” amid dwindling resources for conservation. The Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority on Monday took ambassadors from European Union countries through a tour of the stockpile to press for sales which are banned by CITES, the international body that monitors endangered species. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Taman Nasional Zimbabwe dan Otoritas Pengelolaan Margasatwa mengundang duta besar dari negara-negara Uni Eropa untuk melihat persediaan gading gajah untuk menekan pelarangan penjualan gading gajah oleh CITES, badan internasional yang memantau spesies yang terancam punah.

Ambassadors from European countries stand next to elephant tusks lying on the floor during a tour of ivory stockpiles in Harare, Monday, May, 17, 2022. Zimbabwe is seeking international support to be allowed to sell half a billion dollars worth of ivory stockpile, describing the growth of its elephant population as “dangerous” amid dwindling resources for conservation. The Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority on Monday took ambassadors from European Union countries through a tour of the stockpile to press for sales which are banned by CITES, the international body that monitors endangered species. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Seorang penjaga Taman Nasional Zimbabwe menunjukan gading gajah kepada para duta besar Uni Eropa.

Ambassadors from European countries stand next to elephant tusks lying on the floor during a tour of ivory stockpiles in Harare, Monday, May, 17, 2022. Zimbabwe is seeking international support to be allowed to sell half a billion dollars worth of ivory stockpile, describing the growth of its elephant population as “dangerous” amid dwindling resources for conservation. The Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority on Monday took ambassadors from European Union countries through a tour of the stockpile to press for sales which are banned by CITES, the international body that monitors endangered species. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Terdapat tulisan berat pada setiap gading gajah.

Melihat Koleksi Gading Gajah di Zimbabwe
Melihat Koleksi Gading Gajah di Zimbabwe
Melihat Koleksi Gading Gajah di Zimbabwe
Melihat Koleksi Gading Gajah di Zimbabwe
Melihat Koleksi Gading Gajah di Zimbabwe