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14 Pygmy Elephants Die Mysteriously in Borneo - Clearing Forests - Elephants become "Pests"

14 Pygmy Elephants Die Mysteriously in Borneo - Clearing Forests - Elephants become "Pests" | Biodiversity IS Life  – #Conservation #Ecosystems #Wildlife #Rivers #Forests #Environment | Scoop.it

Jan 31, 2013 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Fourteen endangered Borneo pygmy elephants died of mysterious causes, conservationists.

Malaysian authorities discovered a group of elephant carcasses close together in the Gunung Rara Forest Reserve, located in the northeastern corner of Borneo (map), a Southeast Asian island shared by Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei.

"We don't know officially yet how they died, but what we do know is this is an area of forest that is being cleared for plantations, and it's very common that when the forest is cleared, conflict between humans and elephants spikes," said Long.

For instance, in agricultural areas in neighboring Sumatra, people have put out poisoned fruit for elephants to eat, causing a whole herd to drop dead in one area. The poison is usually whatever is locally available, such as rodenticide, he said.

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Jan 30, 2013

MORE BORNEO PYGMY ELEPHANTS FOUND DEAD, TOLL RISES TO 13 - Poisoned? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/30/borneo-pygmy-elephants-dead_n_2579880.htmlhttp://www.npr.org/2012/10/25/163629043/in-a-tanzanian-village-elephant-poachers-thrive

 

March 17, 2013 - Focusing on Wildlife

NEW PLANTATION CONCESSIONS THREATEN BORNEO PYGMY ELEPHANTS http://focusingonwildlife.com/news/new-plantation-concessions-threaten-borneo-pygmy-elephants/

 

PALM OIL ECOCIDE - THE DEFORESTATION HOLOCAUST: Fast-Tracking Our Own Extinction http://www.scoop.it/t/biodiversity-is-life/p/1510545458/fast-tracking-our-own-extinction-the-deforestation-holocaust-

 

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 "LIQUID IVORY: HOW PALM OIL IS KILLING INDONESIA'S ELEPHANTS"  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vwI-N5KSUjQ

 

MORE ON ELEPHANTS, POACHING AND DECLINE

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People and the Forest - SlideShow

People and the Forest - SlideShow | Biodiversity IS Life  – #Conservation #Ecosystems #Wildlife #Rivers #Forests #Environment | Scoop.it

While conservation has long been science driven, success will ultimately come down to changing the way people relate to nature.

Guinness World Records declared in 2008 that Indonesia had the world’s fastest deforestation rate. Borneo alone has lost more than 50 percent of its original forest cover; half of that loss occurred in the past 20 years due to logging, mining, fire, development of palm oil plantations and other habitat-destroying human activities.

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People and the Forest - SlideShow

People and the Forest - SlideShow | Biodiversity IS Life  – #Conservation #Ecosystems #Wildlife #Rivers #Forests #Environment | Scoop.it

While conservation has long been science driven, success will ultimately come down to changing the way people relate to nature.

Guinness World Records declared in 2008 that Indonesia had the world’s fastest deforestation rate. Borneo alone has lost more than 50 percent of its original forest cover; half of that loss occurred in the past 20 years due to logging, mining, fire, development of palm oil plantations and other habitat-destroying human activities.

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