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How do African people deal with elephants being a hazard?

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They usually kil them and sell thier husk to make tables or jwelery.
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What is being done to protect the African elephant?

There are laws so that people don't kill them for their ivory. The law is specifically called the African Elephant Conservation Act of 1986 there is also national parks and wi

Why are African elephants dangerous to people?

All wild animals are dangerous. African elephants are large,  they have poor eyesight, but a good sense of smell. They are  protective of their young and are relatively terr

Why are African elephants being poached?

Elephants are poached for the value of their Ivory. Poachers in Africa kill the elephants, who then sell them to the smugglers, and they sell them.

How is the African elephant being protected from not extinction?

Many African countries, such as Botswana, are passing laws making it illegal to kill an elephant without approval of the government. More countries need to step up, though, in