How many elephants are left in the world?

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    There are between 470,000 and 690,000 African Elephants in the world. The estimated population for the Asian Elephant is 60,000. Addition would tell us that the current estimate for world elephant populations falls between 530,000 and 750,000 animals.

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    The total population number of elephants varies each of the 37 different ranges elephants occupy making it difficult to estimate an exact number. In west Africa, there are few elephants, no more than 1,000 in each country in this region and in the sub-saharan region there are over 300,000 elephants. 

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