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Kłusownicy w Zambii (11)

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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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EXCLUSIVE: The moment a gang of Ivory Poachers are caught and apprehended by a new anti-poaching hit squad in Zambia. Hours earlier William Ngulube had aimed his rifle at a defenceless bull elephant, ruthlessly picking his spot so the magnificent tusker would bleed into its lungs and be incapacitated as it slowly died in agony. The ivory, weighing more than 10st, would have been worth nearly L100,000 to international ivory dealers. With Ngulube, 32, there were two other poachers ? Gabriel Male, who had evaded arrest for years, and Julias Kapomba ? as well as an undercover officer posing as an ivory buyer. The newly-formed anti-poaching commando squad belonging to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in Zambia had lured the gang by promising L20,000 for the ivory ? a vast fortune in the lawless outback of Eastern Zambia. Few elephants with these huge tusks remain as they are so highly targeted by poachers and traders, as these pictures taken by photographer Roger Allen show. Pictured: William Ngulube, Gabriel Male, Julias Kapomba
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