Christeen Paris

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Small ‘fortress’ parks aren’t the answer for Africa’s savannah elephants. They need room to roam

Elephants approaching a waterhole in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. Credit: Rudi van Aarde Africa is home to about 410,000 savannah elephants (Loxodonta africana), most of them living in southern Africa. Over 290,000 elephants (70%) are spread across 103 protected areas which vary in size, connectivity and protection. In a recent research paper we explored how

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