Assam’s dwindling forest and poaching endanger its elephants
Beeps By | Aug 15 2018

Assam’s conflict between humans and elephants has leveled up with wild elephants killing 700 humans and 100 elephants being victims of poaching, train-related accidents, poisoning and electrocution. Shrinking natural habitat is a major reason. As per India’s 2017’s elephant census, we have 27,312 elephants accounting for 55% of world population.

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