Keystone species play an important role in the biodiversity of the ecosystem in which they live. Elephants are classified as such. With each step they take, they reshape the floor; when they use their tusk to dig for water, they provide other animals around them with an opportunity to drink; and as they eat and migrate, they allow for new vegetation to flourish.
However, one elephant is killed every 15 minutes. Poachers care not about their inherent value and importance, but about the money that can be made by selling the elephant's tusks on the black market. We bring this issue to light highlighting the elephant crossed by a bullet, slowly erasing him from this world.
Help us raise our voices before it's too late!