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India's Elephantine Problem
Most of Assam's elephants inhabit a forested belt that runs along the state's northern border. In the past decade, illegal settlers have clear-cut much of this land, despite the fact that most of the area is protected by a string of reserve forests and national parks. Here, encroachers sell firewood along a highway inside one of the protected lands.

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