Endangered elephants’ outlook bleak without more room to roam, UF/IFAS study finds

Endangered elephants’ outlook bleak without more room to roam, UF/IFAS study finds

Endangered elephants’ outlook bleak without more room to roam, UF/IFAS study finds

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Intelligent and beautiful, the Asian elephant is running out of time unless humans step aside and give it some room.

Shrinking habitat and conflicts with humans could hurt the endangered elephant’s numbers and throw the species’ viability into question.

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