Gondwana has pioneered the re-introduction of elephants into a Fynbos biome and is home to the first free-roaming breeding herd of elephants in the Southern Cape of South Africa in 200 years. Today in celebration of World Elephant Day, we support global efforts to raise elephant awareness for the preservation of this magnificent species.
The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) together with WEI (Wildlife Ecological Investments) have dedicated teams studying and monitoring Gondwana’s elephants in order to learn more about how they co-exist in our critically endangered Fynbos Biome. The research to date has indicated that although elephants have not naturally occurred in our region for over 200 years, their instinctive ability to thrive in a fynbos environment and add to the biodiversity is of great biological importance.
These mega herbivores play an important part in the ecology of our region. Gondwana and its expert field guides are dedicated to sharing magnificent elephant experiences with guests that visit Gondwana.
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