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Great Ideas for Handmade Ivory Products
Products that are handcrafted from ivory are sought-after these days because of their materialís innate beauty and charm. Lightweight yet durable, ivory comes from the tusk of animals such as elephants, mastodons, and mammoths. This is called a true ivory, and it is used as a material for some handcrafted products. Other products are made of faux ivory sources such as vegetable ivory and synthetic ivory. Today, finding handmade ivory products is a breeze because they are sold everywhere.

The Advance Method of Tracking Illegal Ivory Trade
The illegal ivory trade has continued to rise despite efforts on banning such business activity. The problem now lies on how to track illegal ivory traders. This is a question on the inability to determine geographic origin of contraband ivory. Ivory traders smuggle it across several international borders using many differing trade routes. This strategy made poaching hotspots and potential trade routes difficult to determine especially in the forests of Central Africa.

The Continuous Clamor towards Mammoth Ivory Art
Most of the legally acquired materials that are made from ivory come from the wooly mammoths that are now extinct. There was a time in the ancient period when these animals freely roamed about in the wild. Their tusks can get very long. These can measure up to 16 feet and beyond. There are various artifacts that were placed on various museums all over the globe that were made from the ivories from the tusks of mammoths, which date back around 10,000 to 20,000 years ago.


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