About the Campaign
Help us help T-Elephants
With T-Elephants, we want to insure that these beautiful and intelligent creatures have a future in our world.
DID YOU KNOW:
✨Since 1979, African elephants have lost over 50 percent of their range. They once roamed the continent, but they are now relegated to a few small areas.
✨Elephants around the world are disappearing. African elephants are classified as vulnerable to extinction, and Asian elephants are classified as endangered. There are only about 40,000-50,000 Asian elephants left in the world today!
✨Elephants play an important ecological role, including creating trails that work as fire breaks during brush fires, fertilizing the soil with manure, digging holes that create access to water for other animals, and much more. Without the elephants, ecosystems are thrown out of balance.