Why are elephant populations continuing to decline worldwide? What is our partner organisation in Namibia doing about this? And how can you yourself contribute to elephant conservation? You can find out all this here.
The elephant is the largest land mammal in the world. Zoologists today distinguish between three species that are native to very different parts of the world. The African elephant only occurs south of the Sahara in southern, eastern and parts of central Africa. The smaller forest elephant still lives today in the rainforests of Central and West Africa. The Asian elephant lives in India, Sri Lanka and on some Sudan islands. It can be recognized by its much smaller ears.„Elephant protection project in Namibia: Join in!“ weiterlesen