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Richard Moller of the Tsavo Trust told AFP that Satao II, named after another famed giant killed in 2014, was found dead on Monday and was believed to have been shot with a poisoned arrow, though this had not been confirmed.
"Luckily, through the work we do with the Kenyan Wildlife Service (KWS), we were able to find the carcass before the poachers could recover the ivory," said Moller.
The elephant, believed to be about 50 years old, was beloved by visitors to the Tsavo National Park where he roamed.
Not long after his carcass was spotted in routine aerial reconnaissance of the park, two poachers believed to be responsible for the killing were apprehended.https://www.yahoo.com/news/poachers-kill-rare-giant-elephant-kenya-152539665.html