D) Huntings

 Hunting in the Far East
Besides the demand for ivory, Asian elephants are also hunted for meat and hide. Chinese used it for medicines. This was mainly happening in Asia
Elephant Hide 
TRAFFIC report
In 1997 TRAFFIC report indicated that 7 years after the international ivory trade was banned, it continued in the Far East. It happened in South Korea and Taiwan being the major markets. Investigations into ivory trade in India and Myanmar has revealed the re-emerging the Asian ivory in the domestic markets. Only the male Asian elephants are tuskers... with dire consequences. Unlike the case of the African elephants, large populations of males are hunted across the continent of Asia.