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100 elephants have traveled around the world and are now in Namma Bengaluru from Feb 3rd to March 3rd! This is your chance to see them.


What are the elephants, and why are they here?

India, a megadiverse country, faces unique challenges with megafauna living amidst dense populations. This coexistence often impacts marginalised communities. The Lantana Elephants symbolise this, inspired by real wild elephants in the Nilgiri hills.


Lantana is an invasive plant species that is taking over Indian forests. It is harmful to Indian wildlife and plants. The Coexistence team, along with artisans from the Soliga community, have used the plant to make these elephants. The elephants are modelled on actual tuskers that the team has studied.


Communities like the Soliga are at the forefront of tackling the menace of lantana, and they need our support. We are asking the Karnataka Government to protect our forests, wildlife and indigenous communities.


Stay Updated, and meet the elephants with us! 


We have some exciting speeches, presentations, and discussions starting with the launch of the event on February 3 at 10 AM in Lalbagh.


Sign up for the event and receive updates from the Lantana Elephants and Coexistence. 

100 elephants have traveled around the world and are now in Namma Bengaluru from Feb 3rd to March 3rd! This is your chance to see them.


What are the elephants, and why are they here?

India, a megadiverse country, faces unique challenges with megafauna living amidst dense populations. This coexistence often impacts marginalised communities. The Lantana Elephants symbolise this, inspired by real wild elephants in the Nilgiri hills.


Lantana is an invasive plant species that is taking over Indian forests. It is harmful to Indian wildlife and plants. The Coexistence team, along with artisans from the Soliga community, have used the plant to make these elephants. The elephants are modelled on actual tuskers that the team has studied.


Communities like the Soliga are at the forefront of tackling the menace of lantana, and they need our support. We are asking the Karnataka Government to protect our forests, wildlife and indigenous communities.


Stay Updated, and meet the elephants with us! 


We have some exciting speeches, presentations, and discussions starting with the launch of the event on February 3 at 10 AM in Lalbagh.


Sign up for the event and receive updates from the Lantana Elephants and Coexistence. 

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