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Bornean pygmy forest elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) in lowland rainforest, Borneo, Malaysia © naturepl.com / Juan Carlos Munoz / WWF
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Palm oil plantations are increasingly encroaching on the elephants' paths forcing them to enter the farmland of local communities. Many locals make a living from farming, so the subsequent destruction of their crops can be devastating.
Your adoption will help WWF work to better protect and manage key elephant habitat while enabling agriculture, forestry and other forms of land-use in a clearly planned and sustainable manner.
Adopt today, and we'll take you on a journey to learn more about Asian elephants through our regular updates - exclusive only to our monthly adopters. We'll also keep you up to date on how your monthly gifts are helping to secure a brighter future for these precious animals.
Looking for a unique & meaningful gift?
An elephant adoption makes the perfect gift for an animal lover. The special adoption gift pack includes a cuddly elephant plush toy, elephant fact book, adoption certificate, tote bag, Living Planet magazine, and WWF sticker. You can choose for the gift pack to be sent directly to your gift recipient, or you can choose to receive it to give to them yourself.
Please note that delivery of adoption packs will unfortunately be delayed due to the high volume of donations currently being processed.
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If you have made an adoption, please note that the delivery of adoption packs may be slightly delayed due to Australia Post experiencing increased parcel volumes and other impacts as a result of COVID-19. We appreciate your patience during this time. Thank you.
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