A ranger walks past the carcass of an elephant, which was killed after drinking poisoned water, near a water hole in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, about 840 km (522 miles) east of Harare, September... more 
A ranger walks past the carcass of an elephant, which was killed after drinking poisoned water, near a water hole in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, about 840 km (522 miles) east of Harare, September 27, 2013. Zimbabwean ivory poachers have killed more than 80 elephants by poisoning water holes with cyanide, endangering one of the world's biggest herds, a minister said on Wednesday. Environment minister Saviour Kasukuwere said the elephants had died in the last few weeks in the Hwange national park, the southern African nation's largest, while security forces were preoccupied with a July 31 general election. Picture taken September 27, 2013. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY) less 
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