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Trace the deadly history of the illegal ivory trade.
Elephants and humans are both ecosystem engineers on the island of Sumatra, but with both requiring large territory in the forest, coexisting has not ...
Poaching is causing alarming changes in the behavior of African elephants.
Photo: Mother and child elephants eat shrubs.
Go behind the scenes to view Tanzania’s controversial ivory stockpile.
Loggers put pachyderms to work in Myanmar.
Photo: An elephant and zebras graze by a body of water.
Discover how smugglers move poached ivory from Africa to the Chinese market.
Weigh the craft of ivory carving against the survival of elephants.
Explore the issues of supply and demand that fuel the illegal trade in ivory, and go undercover to learn about the rising prices of black-market ivory...
Elephants along the Sangha River spend time at the Dzanga Bai, or "village of elephants," a huge clearing in the rain forest. The elephants go there...
Safeguarding the watershed is crucial to preserving the region's rich wildlife diversity.
During the dry season, elephants in the Mara-Serengeti must constantly search for water, facing obstacles both natural and manmade along the way. Watc...