When Kenyan game warden Kim is shot dead by poachers after refusing to take the customary cut for turning a blind eye on 'harvesting' animals hides and elephant tusks, his sister and colleague Kamara Kaboko travels all the way to LA to enlist the A-team. On arrival Murdock makes it his mission to reacquaint BA with his 'roots' (which are probably in West -, not East Africa). They stop a poach raid, plant a wire to find the local smuggle king and order him to hand over all his stock and pay nearly half a million dollars for his past catches; when he tries to evacuate, they ambush his plain with an elephant herd, and call on the next chain in the illegal traffic, cleverly setting them up against each-other... Written by
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[figuring how much poachers make for elephant tusks
You figure 30 pounds per tusk, about $30 a pound, and if they get 40 tusks a day... that comes to... $120,000. Not bad for a day's pay.