From: Natural History Museum
The plight of the palm oil elephants
There are precious few elephants left in Borneo, and the population gets smaller every year.
Forests where they live are being slashed to make way for palm oil plantations, making it more and more difficult for elephants and farmers to thrive together in close quarters.
Photojournalist Aaron 'Bertie' Gekoski has been documenting the situation in southeast Asia.