PATHEIN, Myanmar -- "So, do you want to buy an elephant?" Soe Naing is laughing, but not entirely joking. He owns one of the 2,000-plus elephants facing redundancy since the Myanmar government last year clamped down on the logging industry, in which thousands of elephants have toiled for generations.
Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos
Better living for Myanmar's gray giants
Nationwide logging ban drives push for elephant ecotourism