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IUCN to count forest, savanna populations of African elephants as distinct species; both in trouble


While some African elephants parade across the savanna and thrill tourists on safari, others are more discreet. They stay hidden in the forests, eating fruit.


“You feel pretty lucky when you catch sight of them,” said Kathleen Gobush, a Seattle-based conservation biologist and member of the African Elephant Specialist Group within the International Union for Conservation of Nature, or I.U.C.N.


https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/25/science/elephants-africa-endangered.html

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