Elephants can travel up to 50 miles a day, with many crossing international borders.
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With 75 percent of them living near national borders, an elephant can begin the evening in one country and end up in another by morning. Depending on what country the animals enter, their level of protection from poaching varies. Each year, poachers kill 27,000 savanna elephants for their ivory. Researchers say there needs to be shared management and protection of migratory elephants … no matter what side of the border they are on.
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