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Elephant Tracking in South Sudan - 04 Jun 2013 
Images of wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) officials attaching GPS-satellite collars to elephants, in a remote area of South Sudan. The collars, funded by USAID and WCS, will help to understand movement patterns and monitor and protect the elephants. South Sudan's elephant population has already has dropped to less than 5,000 from around 80,000 in the 1950s. 
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June 03, 2013 
A twig is used to keep an elephant's trunk open while a Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) official... 
Juba, South Sudan 
A twig is used to keep an elephant's trunk open while a Wildlife Conservation Society official attaches... 
A twig is used to keep an elephant's trunk open while a Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) official attaches a GPS-satellite collar in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location cannot be disclosed due to issues of accelerating poaching, June 3, 2013. WCS in partnership with South Sudan's Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism is attaching GPS-satellite collars to elephants across South Sudan to help understand movement patterns and monitor and protect them funded by USAID and WCS. South Sudan's elephant population has already has dropped to less than 5,000 from around 80,000 in the 1950s. REUTERS/Hereward Holland (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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June 03, 2013 
Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) officials measure the size of an adult male elephant during a collaring... 
Juba, South Sudan 
Wildlife Conservation Society officials measure the size of an adult male elephant during a collaring... 
Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) officials measure the size of an adult male elephant during a collaring exercise in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location cannot be disclosed due to issues of accelerating poaching, June 3, 2013. WCS, in partnership with South Sudan's Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism, is attaching GPS-satellite collars to elephants across South Sudan to help understand movement patterns and monitor and protect them funded by USAID and WCS. South Sudan's elephant population has already has dropped to less than 5,000 from around 80,000 in the 1950s. REUTERS/Hereward Holland (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS) 
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June 03, 2013 
A Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) official attaches a GPS-satellite collar to an elephant in a remote... 
Juba, South Sudan 
A Wildlife Conservation Society official attaches a GPS-satellite collar to an elephant in a remote area... 
A Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) official attaches a GPS-satellite collar to an elephant in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location cannot be disclosed due to issues of accelerating poaching, June 3, 2013. WCS, in partnership with South Sudan's Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism, is attaching GPS-satellite collars to elephants across South Sudan to help understand movement patterns and monitor and protect them funded by USAID and WCS. South Sudan's elephant population has already has dropped to less than 5,000 from around 80,000 in the 1950s. REUTERS/Hereward Holland (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS) 
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June 03, 2013 
An adult male elephant looks up at a helicopter in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location cannot... 
Juba, South Sudan 
An adult male elephant looks up at a helicopter in a remote area of South Sudan 
An adult male elephant looks up at a helicopter in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location cannot be disclosed due to issues of accelerating poaching, June 3, 2013. The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in partnership with South Sudan's Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism is attaching GPS-satellite collars to elephants across South Sudan to help understand movement patterns and monitor and protect them funded by USAID and WCS. South Sudan's elephant population has already has dropped to less than 5,000 from around 80,000 in the 1950s. REUTERS/Hereward Holland (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS) 
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June 03, 2013 
Two adult male elephants walk on a dry patch of land in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location... 
Juba, South Sudan 
Two adult male elephants walk on a dry patch of land in a remote area of South Sudan 
Two adult male elephants walk on a dry patch of land in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location cannot be disclosed due to issues of accelerating poaching, June 3, 2013. The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), in partnership with South Sudan's Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism, is attaching GPS-satellite collars to elephants across South Sudan to help understand movement patterns and monitor and protect them funded by USAID and WCS. South Sudan's elephant population has already has dropped to less than 5,000 from around 80,000 in the 1950s. REUTERS/Hereward Holland (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS) 
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June 03, 2013 
A herd of over 70 elephants walk in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location cannot be disclosed... 
Juba, South Sudan 
A herd of over 70 elephants walk in a remote area of South Sudan 
A herd of over 70 elephants walk in a remote area of South Sudan, whose location cannot be disclosed due to issues of accelerating poaching, June 3, 2013. The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in partnership with South Sudan's Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism is attaching GPS-satellite collars to elephants across South Sudan to help understand movement patterns and monitor and protect them funded by USAID and WCS. South Sudan's elephant population has already has dropped to less than 5,000 from around 80,000 in the 1950s. REUTERS/Hereward Holland (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
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