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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 20B Asian Elephants Tolima 4% Otrosdepartamentos23% Valle 23% 130 131 215 259 24 16 22 29 Asian Elephants are an endangered species. They were put on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals in 2010. They are located on themainland of Asia and the islands of Sri Lanka,Borneo and Sumatra. Scientific name: Elephas maximus Taxonomic Classification Mainly two things to why these animals are endangered is because of habitat loss, hunters poaching for their ivory and meat.Their habitat is being destroyed by humans and theirivory turned in for money. Population WHY ENDANGERED? According to EDGE website, the elephants that live in India are 20,000-25,000 and in Myanmar are 5,000-6,000. There are thoughtto be fewer than 200 elephants surviving in Vietnam. The Asian Elephant's population tread is DECREASING! Saving the Elephants!! Cladegram Preventing their extinction, nomore destroying their habitats andno buying ivory products.To help organizations who support these animals and keep them alive. Stop poaching! 20% Of the world's human population livesin or near the present range ofthe Asian elephant. Why They Matter If we lose these mammals then their would be a loss in diversityand no future for other species who depend on them. They matter because they play an important role in maintaining their habitats. Why Care We should care because they help with maintaining their lands and are important for other species who depend on them. Also it would negatively affect the species who inhabit with the elephants.
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