Scientists and villagers search for ways to keep jumbos at bay

For centuries, elephants have roamed the forests. Yet today, these majestic mammals are battling for survival in their very habitat as villages and plantations take over their land. Having to grapple with a shrunken environment, these wild elephants often end up in village farms in their search for food. 

This leads to human-elephant conflict, a long-standing problem not just in Malaysia, but also India and Sri Lanka. 

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