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A wild African elephant born today could live up to 60 years if she has enough safe, healthy habitat.
We’re taking a holistic approach with partners to give her that chance.
Elephants need wide open spaces and protection from poachers. Learn more by watching the video at left, or make an immediate impact by texting "elephants" to 50555 to give $10.
In September 2015, ecologists took to the sky to get a better picture of the state of elephants in Zambia as part of the Great Elephant Census.
Could elephants, with their complex mental maps of rivers, forests and fertile grassland, contribute to smarter growth for Kenya? With a little help from TNC’s scientists and movement data from Save the Elephants, we can make this happen.
The African bush elephant is the largest land mammal in the world, but habitat destruction and poaching pose major threats to species survival.
TNC Africa Conservation Director Matt Brown talks through the biggest challenges related to elephant habitat protection near Enduimet Wildlife Management Area and why he’s still hopeful.
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