TAIPEI, TAIWAN - JUNE 4: Esmond Martin (3rd R), a United Nations special envoy whose responsibility is the problem of rhinoceros poaching and trafficking, inspects 20 confiscated rhino horns, elephant tusks and ivory objects at the Taipei Zoo 04 June before the illegal goods were incinerated publicly to demonstrate the government's commitment to protecting wildlife. (Photo credit should read TAO-CHUAN YEH/AFP/Getty Images)

Conservationist Known For Exposing Ivory & Rhino Trade Stabbed To Death

Conservationist who documented the black market ivory and rhino trade has been mysteriously killed.
09/02/2018 06:49 SAST