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In 1979, Iain Douglas-Hamilton estimated the continental population of African elephants at around 1.3 million animals. This estimate is controversial and is believed to be a gross overestimate, but it is very widely cited and has become a de facto baseline that continues to be incorrectly used to quantify downward population trends in the species.
The population of African elephants is decreasing.
How many elephants live in Africa
it was approximately 8500 elephants........
In the year 1990.
The largest known population of white elephants is in Thailand. The current king of Thailand, Bhumibol Adulyadej, owns ten white elephants.
there are about 470,000-680.000 elephants now survivng in Africa
The population in Connecticut in 1990 was 3,287,116 The population in Connecticut in 1990 was 3,287,116.
no no no!
According to the 1980 US Census the 1980 population was 3,005,072, and in 1990 it was 2,783,726. 1980 population 3,005,072 1990 population 2,783,726
The 1990 Census population was 11,430,602.
The population of Texas in 1990 was 16,986,510.
1 and a half
Elephants are in danger, both because they are still being hunted for the ivory of their tusks, and because available habitat for elephants is shrinking, as people use the land for other things. Elephants are not presently close to extinction, but the population is declining. Since elephants are very widely distributed in zoos, there is some possibility that a captive population will continue to exist even if the wild population dies out.
The country with the most elephants is Africa. Africa was elephant population of around 500,000 to 700,000 elephants.Source.General Knowledge
The United States population in 1990, was an estimated 248,709,873.
The population of Missouri was 5,129,000 as of the 1990 U.S. Census.
The US Census in 1990 showed a population for Florida of about 12,938,000.
they are banned because it kills elephants just to get the tusks. therefore it is making the population of elephants decrease
i think that 5000 to6000
There are many factors to blame in the decline of elephants population but a few of the main ones are poaching (illegal hunting) and deforestation (cutting down trees)
There are three hundred and fifty elephants living in Virunga at this present time. But the population is destined to drop as Africa has ended the ban on poaching elephants.