Update: 91 elephants plus other animals dead from poachers' cyanide

10/3/2013 | TheStreet.com

So far, 91 elephant carcasses have been discovered in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park after poachers laced salt pans with cyanide, a readily available chemical in the area used for illegal gold mining. Lions, hyenas and vultures have also died after ingesting the chemicals through environmental sources or contaminated carcasses.

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