The Trump administration has lifted an Obama-era ban on importing body parts of elephants shot for sport in Zimbabwe and Zambia. Hunters will be able to bring back trophies from elephants shot in Zimbabwe and Zambia. US wildlife authorities say trophy hunting can help raise money for conservation programmes. Over 140,000 savanna elephants have been killed by illegal poaching in the last seven years. Critics on the ban lift say trophy hunting will only add to the decline in elephant numbers. Report by Ferdia Carr.