All illegal wildlife products seized at U.S. customs end up in one place—the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Commerce City, Colorado. In November 2013, the government opted to destroy its six-ton ivory stockpile, dating back to the 1980s, in a stand against elephant poaching. But inside the arsenal, ghastly horrors remain—rows of tiger heads with a lifeless plastic stare, tables made from elephant feet, and even a mounted tiger fetus, ripped from its mother's womb to adorn a coffee table.

U.S. IVORY CRUSH

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