Prices have gone up since the worldwide ban in 1989, but It’s hard to say how much they could get for one tusk. Demand for ivory has risen the price to $700 per kilo, according to a 2007 article. The International Fund for Animal Welfare estimates that prices are even higher and can reach up to $880 per kilo on the black market in Asian countries where demand is even higher.
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