Researchers say ‘active protection’ needed to help Angola’s threatened elephants

A new study of African savannah elephant populations in Angola by wildlife ecologists from Elephants Without Borders (EWB) and the University of Massachusetts Amherst reports today that though the population seemed to be recovering after the war ended there, that trend has now reversed, underlining “the need to be vigilant against poaching and habitat loss,” says first author Scott Schlossberg.
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