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Bad news for elephant poachers

Tagua is made from dried and polished seeds of a palm [Phytelephas Macrocarpa] that grows around the world in rainforests located mostly near the equatorial zone. It is also known as "vegetable ivory" because of its likeness to animal ivory. See some tagua products at the Tagua Rainforest Ivory site.

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