Two Chinese men posing as importers of garlic and exporters of "marine products" were convicted on March 18 in Tanzania of running a much different business—an illegal ivory trade that resulted in the deaths of at least 226 elephants between 2010 and 2013. The two men, 31-year-old Xu Fujie and 51-year-old Huang Gin, were believed to be the heads of a major poaching ring in Tanzania. They were also convicted of bribing officials. They now face a choice of 30 years in prison or paying a $50 million fine.