Wildlife ivory casualties resonate in photos

11/21/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

South African photographer Brent Stirton says he's not an animal photographer, but his images of rhinos and elephants that have been killed or wounded in the illegal ivory trade have garnered attention. "[P]eople perceive the innocence of animals. A lot of us have given up on humans, and we're jaded about human suffering. But when we see that happening to an animal, we're more indignant," he says in an interview.

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