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    China's announced plans to end its Ivory trade this year offers an Easter message of hope for the world's elephants, particularly the curious guy I ran into on a recent African trip.

African Moment: A visitor comes calling in South Africa

China's announced plans to end its Ivory trade this year offers an Easter message of hope for the world's elephants, particularly the curious guy I ran into on a recent African trip.
Michael Gordon The Charlotte Observer