A breakdown of the number of Asian Elephants population from 1994 to 2007 as a projected years, a 7-year period is revealed in the graph. Overall, India was the nicest place for elephants to grow up among Asian countries, while China showed reverse.
In 1997, the enormous number of population of Asian elephants experienced in India, almost 10,000 elephants lived in India, while Myanmar saw approximately two times lower than of this. Thailand also shown as the third highest of elephants population, even though it was only no more than 4,000. The other countries were not the best place for this species to breed, because they were solely less than 3,000 elephants.
By 2004, the number of elephants had fallen in most of the countries except Cambodia. Even though the elephants population in India witnessed a dramatic decrease, India was still the greatest population among others, with 7,500. Myanmar also felt gradually to 4,800 elephants, while other countries decline to below 2,800 elephants.