Origami Might Actually Help Save Elephants

The Wildlife Conservation Society wanted to show just how big the elephant poaching problem is.
Origami Might Actually Help Save Elephants

These little origami elephants represent a much bigger problem. 

More than 78,000 elephants will die in the next two years from poaching and the ivory trade if action isn't taken. 

The Wildlife Conservation Society's Ninety-Six Elephants Campaign drew attention to that fact.

SEE MORE: The International Community Can't Agree On How To Save Elephants

The campaign reached its goal of breaking the Guinness World Record for largest display of origami elephants.

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