From the exhibition brochure:
ELEPHANTS are found in India and Southeast Asia - Elephas maximus (ENDANGERED according to the IUCN) - and in sub-Saharan Africa - Loxodonta africana (VULNERABLE according to the IUCN). The largest land mammal, they communicate by making sounds that range from low-frequency rumbles we are unable to hear, to high-pitched, high-volume trumpet calls. Dozens of elephants die each day in Africa—over 100/day during the first half of 2016— for their ivory.
To learn from the scientists who study endangered plants and animals, visit the website of the IUCN, International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
Graphic Elephant (banner) by Christina Ward