Elephant reserves in India are various protected areas, which conserve elephants and their natural habitats in the country. Along with elephants, several other species of wildlife are protected in these areas. These areas help in checking the depletion of elephants by means of illegal hunting and poaching. These areas have been established under Project Elephant, which was launched by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India in the year 1992.

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Elephant reserves in India safeguard innumerable elephants, along with several other species of wildlife under the scheme of Project Elephant