In response to the growing threat of Kenya's elephant population going extinct, the government's elephant tracking program has outfitted two more elephants with trackers. The program aims to map out elephant's movement patterns to try and understand their behavior. With the data they gather they hope to be able to plan and minimize human contact with these endangered animals which can help protect their fragile population. This is important because the elephant population is a representation of what humans are doing to our environment. Humans are responsible for the scarcity of these animals and we must work to restore the natural flow. Minimizing human contact will not solve all the problems as we must also combat the threat of illegal hunters, as poachers go after these elephants for their ivory tusks.