Stealth GPS in fake elephant tusks maps illegal smuggling routes

August 18, 2015 by  
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Using GPS tracking devices, a journalist has mapped the smuggling route of elephant tusks out of Congo’s Garamba National Park. The devices, installed into a pair of fake ivory tusks, helped investigative journalist Bryan Christy track the ivory from Garamba through Sudan. “These tusks… operate really like additional investigators, like members of our team, and almost like a robocop,” Christy told Terry Gross in an interview on NPR . Read the rest of Stealth GPS in fake elephant tusks maps illegal smuggling routes

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