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Burma's Logging Ban is Great for Forests, but a Disaster for Its Working Elephants

Some 5,000 elephants are used in Burma's timber industry. When logging stops, they'll either be left to fend for themselves in the wild or else slaughtered for their hides and tusks.

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Winkie was captured in the wilds of Burma over thirty years ago. She has a dark complexion and is short and stout like all elephants from her region. Her small ears have a rigid flap at the top that folds forward. Her favorite food is potatoes.

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