Elephants are long known as an endangered species due to their coveted tusks for medicinal use and jewelry in the Eastern culture.
Both sexes of the African Elephant have tusks, but poachers often target the bull elephants for the larger tusks, causing a skew in sex ratio.
Other major threats include habitat loss and human conflict, in which humans kill elephants on sight if they disturb villages or towns.
The elephant is a blue gradient with dark blue tusks.
3"L x 1.75" W x 2" D