What do you think of this Sumatran Elephant?
Sumatran elephants feed on a variety of plants and deposit seeds wherever they go, contributing to a healthy forest ecosystem.
Sumatran elephants typically have smaller tusks but they are enough to tempt poachers who kill the animals and sell their tusks on the illegal ivory market.
These animals are critically endangered as there are only 2,400-2,800 left in the wild.
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