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African Elephants - Forest Elephants and Savanna Elephants

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March 2021:  There’s news about African elephants.

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has recognised the African elephant as two separate species after the emergence of new evidence.

1. The Forest Elephant – the number in the wild has fallen by over 86% in three decades – they are now critically endangered, a step away from extinction

Getting involved

There are more elephant charities here.

PLUS!  News of a special appeal!

The World Land Trust has launched its first appeal of 2021 to help Tanzania's coastal forests and a crucial corridor for elephants, lions, leopards and others.   

Find out more and please donate if you can and spread the word at the World Land Trust's website


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