FILE - In this March 1, 2006 file photo, five wild elephants lie on the jungle floor after they were found poisoned to death near Mahato village, about 300 kilometers (180 miles) north

 

              FILE - In this March 1, 2006 file photo, five wild elephants lie on the jungle floor after they were found poisoned to death near Mahato village, about 300 kilometers (180 miles) north
FILE - In this March 1, 2006 file photo, five wild elephants lie on the jungle floor after they were found poisoned to death near Mahato village, about 300 kilometers (180 miles) north of Pekanbaru, the capital of Riau province. An environmental group says 129 critically endangered elephants have died on Indonesia's Sumatra island in less than a decade, many from poisoning or shooting, highlighting the country's weak enforcement of laws against poaching. WWF Indonesia said in a report Tuesday, June 4, 2013 that the Sumatran elephants have been found dead in Riau province since 2004, but no one has been convicted or jailed. The group said killings are on the rise, with 29 elephants either shot or poisoned last year, including 14 in Aceh province. (AP Photo/Najla Tanjung, File)