African elephants have a conservation status of “vulnerable” – meaning their species is at risk of extinction. Luckily, there are organizations and groups that trie to bring them back from the brink in order to protect the giant creatures. In order to do that, one specific organization had to transport 500 of the animals across a distance of 150 miles.
[post_page_title]About African Parks[/post_page_title]
African Parks is a group dedicated to the conservation of wild African animals. They were founded in 2000 and manage 15 national parks that protect around 10.5 million hectares of land over nine countries: Chad, Malawi, Central African Republic, Zambia, Mozambique, Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Benin, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
They aim to protect the land and its animals, as well as to support the surrounding communities ecologically, socially, and financially, in order to help them become more sustainable, and therefore, helping to protect animals and the environment.
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