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The bart chart gives data about how many elephants were counted in 9 different Asian countries over 2 separate years 1997 and 2000.

Overall, the numbers of elephants in all nations were decreased over the period given (except Cambodia). It is also noticeable that India was the most popular living place of elephants while Thailand had the biggest change in the quantity of this kind of animal.

As can be seen from the graph, in 1997, approximately 10000 elephants lived in India which twice as much as the number of this one in Myanmar - the second largest elephant habitat. This was followed by Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Laos with around 1000 elephants, while Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Thailand had the noticeable higher quantity of roundly 3000 elephants.

After 7 years, the figure for elephants in India decreased by nearly 2000, similar to Malaysia and Thailand. In contrast, a minimal decline was seen in the other nations Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Laos and China. Cambodia was the only country experienced an upward trend in the quantity of elephants in 2004.

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The bart bar chart gives data about how many elephants at most were counted estimated to be in nine different Asian countries over two separate years 1997 and 2000.

Overall, the numbers of elephants in all nations, except Cambodia, were decreased over the period given. (except Cambodia). It is also noticeable that India was the most popular living place had, by far, more elephants than any other country in both years, of elephants while Thailand had the biggest [ 1] change drop in the quantity number of this kind of animal [ 2].

As can be seen from the graph, in 1997, approximately 10,000 elephants lived in India which was twice as much many as the number of this one species in Myanmar, which had the second-largest elephant population. habitat. This was followed by Vietnam, China, Cambodia, and Laos with around 1,000 elephants each, while each of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Thailand had the noticeable noticeably higher quantity number of roundly around 3,000 elephants.

After 7 years, the figure for elephants in India decreased by nearly 2,000, similar to Malaysia and Thailand. In contrast, a minimal decline was seen in the other nations: Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Laos and China. Cambodia was the only country that/which experienced an increase, albeit modest, upward trend in the quantity number of elephants in 2004.

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