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Originally posted by xFiDgetx
reply to post by Monkeygod333
That is interesting... but why would poachers be given a deadline at all? Why would'nt the buyers just buy as much as they could and then stop whenever they wanted? And what kind of post-apocolypse resource is ivory anyway?
"End of the worlds comming, money is gonna be worhless."
"Well I better stock up on ivory then!"
It sounds fishy enough but I'm having trouble with the behind the scenes logic.edit on 13-3-2012 by xFiDgetx because: (no reason given)
African elephants usually migrate at the beginning of the dry season, between June and November; heading toward more hospitable locations near rivers and water sources that are not prone to drying. When the rainy season arrives, usually from October to December and March to June, elephant herds return to native regions to feed on the lush, green vegetation the rains helped regenerate. Elephant migration allows time for the re—growth of vegetation in exhausted grazing areas.