Kenya’s elephants send text messages to rangers
Well, no, the elephants themselves aren’t texting — as that would require opposable thumbs, or at least fingers, or a really really big keyboard — but some of them have radio collars with SIM cards. And when one of them decides head over to raid a farmer’s crops, the mobile phone card sends rangers a text message. The rangers mobilize and scare the elephant away, averting disaster for the farmer. And possibly for the elephant.
An interesting and creative way of using technology pro-actively for conservation.