Elephants help forests store more carbon by destroying smaller plants

Elephants do a lot of damage to plants as they stomp around the jungle, but, counterintuitively, by this activity elephants help the forest. The biomass of the forest will store more carbon. If elephants were to go extinct, the amount of carbon stored in central African rainforests could ultimately fall by 7 per cent, according … Meer lezen over Elephants help forests store more carbon by destroying smaller plants