More than 100,000 Asian elephants may have existed at the start of the 20th century, but numbers have halved and continue to decline. With only 40,000-50,000 left in the wild, Asian elephants are now classified as endangered, and they occur in possibly only 5% of their former range in Asia.
Wherever they go, elephants deposit the seeds necessary for the healthy forests upon which many other species depend. Large they may be, but elephants benefit even the smallest residents of these Asian forests.
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