Our film offers serious science in an amazing country with huge, humorous, gracious animals that are critically endangered. Myanmar,Burma, is the last country in the world using trained elephants and their handlers, men called Oozies, for 'selective logging' - taking out one tree at a time. It has saved the forests. Tragically the elephants are not maintaining their numbers. We follow a group of international scientists as they weigh, measure, take blood and semen samples, analyze hair and faeces and set up mini-labs in the camps. If they could find out why babies die young and adults do not breed successfully it might save the Asian elephant from extinction.