"Translocations have come to symbolize the mixed feelings I have about our relationship with the natural world," photographer Marcus Westberg said.
Scientist claims elephants' cancer-preventing genes may have evolved to protect their sperm from the scorching hot habitats they live in.
Elephants are known for their extraordinary memories, but is it true that they never forget?
Asian elephants, like their African cousins, seem to mourn their dead, sometimes carrying their lost infants for days or weeks.
For some elephants, survival meant ditching their tusks. Now they are slowly getting them back.
An injured baby elephant that was abandoned by its herd in China has been rescued by a local animal rescue group, according to recent news reports.
Suction in elephants' trunks is more powerful than scientists thought, about 30 times as forceful as the expulsion of air during a human sneeze.
A combination of satellite images and deep learning computer algorithms can spot elephants from space as well as the human eye.
A man successfully revived a baby elephant using CPR after the animal was involved in a road accident. How did he do it?
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