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Altered Elephant Behavior

Poaching is causing alarming changes in the behavior of African elephants.


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African Elephants

Photo: Mother and child elephants eat shrubs.


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The History of the Ivory Trade

Trace the deadly history of the illegal ivory trade.


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Living with Sumatran Elephants

Elephants and humans are both ecosystem engineers on the island of Sumatra, but with both requiring large territory...

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Tanzania’s Ivory Stockpile

Go behind the scenes to view Tanzania’s controversial ivory stockpile.



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Elephant Power

Loggers put pachyderms to work in Myanmar.

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African Savanna

Photo: An elephant and zebras graze by a body of water.



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Trafficking Poached Ivory

Discover how smugglers move poached ivory from Africa to the Chinese market.


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Craft or Species

Weigh the craft of ivory carving against the survival of elephants.

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The Economics of the Illicit Ivory Trade

Explore the issues of supply and demand that fuel the illegal trade in ivory, and go undercover to learn about the ...



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Village of Elephants

Elephants along the Sangha River spend time at the Dzanga Bai, or "village of elephants," a huge clearing in the ...

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Biodiversity

Safeguarding the watershed is crucial to preserving the region's rich wildlife diversity.


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Elephants on the Move

During the dry season, elephants in the Mara-Serengeti must constantly search for water, facing obstacles both natu...