Why Can’t We Protect Elephants?
By MAGGIE SHIPSTEAD
NOV. 18, 2017
Elephants, with their wondrous size, need vast amounts of food and space. A group crossing a farmer’s field can do enough damage to bring about both economic ruin and their own consequent demise. Credit Alex Majoli/Magnum Photos
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