Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. A bull elephant ambles quietly across the savanna feasting on the stands of red oat grass that has grown long on the proceeds of the rains. Elephants prefer grass but browse on trees and bushes to sustain themselves in the dry season. Their magnificent ivory tusks are permanently growing incisor teeth. Elephants have been slaughtered for their ivory across Africa and Asia. Between 1980 and 1990 Africa’s elephant population plummeted from around 1.2 million animals to 600,000. Today there may be less than 400,000 elephants surviving in Africa.
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