Poaching is a huge problem in central Africa, and with most countries having little governmental regulation, it is hard to really crack down on such a large problem. Recently however, there have been developments in trying to stop poaching with many African countries working together to try and solve the problem. Working under the code name Operation Costa, officers from police, national wildlife, customs and national intelligence agencies collaborated across six countries — Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda, Interpol said. More than 2 tons of ivory has been seized and more than 100 people arrested in an international operation targeting wildlife crime in eastern Africa, Interpol announced Monday.In a news release, the international police organization called it the “biggest ever transnational wildlife crime operation in Africa.”
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