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Source:  India West

Is your cup of coffee killing elephants? The question may sound strange, but it’s a reality for the growing coffee industry in India.

A new documentary by duPont-Columbia Award-winning journalist Thomas Grant and Kansas-based Indian American author and photographer D.K. Bhaskar, “Elephants in the Coffee,” offers a look into how the growth of coffee plantations in southern India has led to deadly conflicts between humans and elephants.

Read the story at India West.

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