How to stop elephants from invading human land

A small herd of elephants seen within the Belum-Temenggor Forest Complex in Perak. - MEME

There is a high overlap of land use between elephants and people, which means that human-elephant conflict (HEC) will often happen, according to Malaysian researchers.

A new study proposed that a more holistic approach to mitigate HEC must take place in order to resolve the issue, rather than merely relocating elephants.

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