British soldier killed during anti-poaching operation in Malawi

“Talbot’s death is a reminder of the danger our army faces and it protects some of the most endangered species in the world from those seeking to profit from the criminal killing of wildlife,” British Defense Secretary Benny Murdonte said.

Lt. Col. Ed Lunders said in a statement that Talbot was proud to work in the fight against poachers , adding that he had died tragically while doing great work.

British soldier Matthew Talbot was killed by an elephant during an operation against poachers in Malawi.

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