Business - Finance Cash Shortage Forces Zimbabwe to Sell 35 Elephants to China By Philip O Posted on January 6, 2017 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Zimbabwe has sold 35 elephants to China in a bid to ease overpopulation and raise funds for conservation. Zimbabwe’s government has said it needs to sell wildlife to support its people and conservation efforts. The government also has sought to sell its ivory stockpile for millions of dollars; AP reports. ALSO READ ‘Africans Are Corrupt And Need To Leave America’ – Says Donald TrumpThe 35 elephants were captured from Hwange National Park and flown to China’s Shanghai Exhibition Park, Beijing Wildlife Park and Hangzhou Wildlife Park. Related Items:Beijing Wildlife Park, China, China's Shanghai Exhibition Park, Elephants, Hangzhou Wildlife Park, Hwange National Park, ivory stockpile, Zimbabwe Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you We’ll Field Robert Mugabe’s Corpse As Candidate For Election’- Zimbabwean First Lady Zimbabwe: Health Specialists Join Doctors’ Strike Zimbabwe deports 62 Malawi nationals accused of being illegal immigrants Loading... Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.