Liquid Ivory

The world’s most endangered elephant may soon become extinct. Just 2,500 Sumatran elephants remain but as their last great forest habitat is being logged at a feverish pace to make way for palm oil plantations, elephants are pushed into conflict with local people. The Ecologist reports from Indonesia. 

Read the accompanying blog post Palm Oil’s Forgotten Victims: Sumatran Elephants Suffer in Rush for Liquid Ivory by Jim Wickens

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