The Trump administration plans to allow trophies of elephants hunted in Zimbabwe back into the US
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The US Fish and Wildlife service will remove the ban against importing trophies from elephants killed in Zimbabwe and Zambia back to the US. 

The Obama Administration put the ban in place in 2014 after elephant numbers dropped. 

Hunting advocacy groups cheered the move, while animal rights activists decried it. 

The Trump Administration will remove protections against importing trophies from elephants hunted legally in Zimbabwe into the US, in a reversal...

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