Asian elephant | WWF India

WHAT WWF-INDIA IS DOING FOR elephants

The cornerstone of WWF’s work is to secure the elephant habitat including large tracts of interlinking forests through its Asian Rhino and Elephant Action Strategy (AREAS) programme which was launched in 2000. WWF-India is focusing its conservation efforts across four landscapes – Nilgiri Western Ghats, the northern bank of the Brahmaputra, Kaziranga and Karbi-Anglong and areas of the western Terai.

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CONSERVATION ISSUES

Steady inroads into elephant habitat to meet the needs of an increasing human population and economic development have resulted in significant loss and fragmentation of elephant habitat.

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ABOUT ASIAN ELEPHANT

In India, the Asian elephant was once widely distributed throughout the country, including in states like Punjab and Gujarat.

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