Lane Nichols looks at Kenya's fight to protect the jewel in Africa's crown.

Wildlife is the jewel in Kenya's crown and the African nation is working tirelessly to protect its natural resources and threatened species from man.

One of Kenya's most beloved animals is a 48-year-old bull elephant known as Tim. Tim is identifiable by his dramatic tusks, so long the giant herbivore is forced to tilt his head as he walks.

Kenya Wildlife Service customer service officer Joseph Kaberere says the highly intelligent but troublesome beast is well known among Amboseli National Park rangers. The elephant often turns up

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