Explore the history of the ivory trade and the resulting devastation of Africa’s elephant population—from 26 million elephants in 1800 to fewer than one million today.
Trace the history of the ivory industry around the world and recognize the deadly connection ...
Elephants cool off in the swamp at Amboseli National Park, Kenya, Africa.
Old bulls gather in the Chyulu hills of eastern Kenya.
A young elephant snacks on a doum palm frond in Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa.
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