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Special Assignment (African Animals, Part II) #63275

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 26, 1980
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(Studio) Feature on endangered African animals introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Kenya, E. Africa) Scenes of troops in Africa searching bush to save animals shown. Big game trophies shown. Threat to animals noted. 1977 decree against trade in wild animal carcasses noted. United States said to have joined ban. Kenya, Nairobi practices noted. Tanzania, Somalia situation with regard to smuggled ivory reported Kenya's efforts to stop poaching noted. [Anti- Poaching Unit Peter SAKWA - says unit is effective.] Plight of African black rhinoceros noted as subject of next segment.
REPORTER: Roger Caras (BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) film/tape)

Reporter(s):
Caras, Roger;
Robinson, Max
Duration:
00:04:40

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