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Julie
- 1 day ago - secure.awf.org
FB is not only running ads but also allowing groups dedicated to trading ivory and rhino horn, and Facebook Messenger is used to negotiate prices .Facilitating black market sales puts more elephants and rhinos directly in the crosshairs of poachers.
   

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