The Key to Ending Ivory Trade is not Bans, but Increase in Supply of Ivory in the Market

Ivory is a luxury product where the smaller the supply and the higher the price, the more rich people will want these rare specimen to show off how rich they are.

The Key to Ending Ivory Trade is not Bans, but Increase in Supply of Ivory in the Market
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