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25/3/2011

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Asian elephants are endangered in the wild, where perhaps only about 30000 still live in forests of south and southeast Asia. Learn about Asian elephants in Overview of biology and distribution, threats, and current conservation programs .Biligiri was an adolescent wild male Asian elephant . He was at Kyatedevaragudi in the Biligirirangan hills of southern India. The date was 19 January 1983. Asian elephants , smaller than their African cousins, are highly endangered. The subspecies shown here is found only on Borneo and faces threats from the The Asian or Asiatic (Elephas maximus) is the only living species of the genus Elephas and distributed in Southeast Asia from India in the west to Borneo in
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