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The Statesman Jun 19
According to local villagers, the is a male, having injures in many body parts, making it difficult to move.
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Mayank Jhariya👍 Jun 23
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Sheldrick Wildlife 14h
Shocking news - poachers’ poison 530 endangered vultures in Botswana, likely because their scavenging activities can alert authorities to poached . The impact of poaching not only affects elephants but other species too:
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS Jun 22
Imagine you are just moving in your home and get hit by a train. A video where an is hit by a train & in agony. have such a weight that most of the times they die due to such collisions, few die after some days. Via WA.
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jun 23
This can continue to roam the plains after swift treatment from the SWT/KWS Tsavo Vet Unit for an arrow wound. Thankfully the team reached him before the injury could become deadly
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Save The Asian Elephants Jun 24
More evidence of abuse at Samutprakarn Zoo in Bangkok. Handlers have been filmed stabbing the to make them perform for . Please support STAE as we demand a ban on brutal Asian elephant holidays & sign our .
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Suzanne Nelson 47s
Check out this delightful painting of Nitty and Magnolious the elephant given to me by wonderful illustrator/author for ! ❤️❤️❤️
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Wildlife Friends 12h
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BeYour BestLax 5h
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Joe Walston Jun 19
It's been one hell of a 25 years of struggle for everyone, but what an amazing model of conservation success. Congratulations to the government, the communities and to every , and that is now protected
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Born Free Foundation Jun 21
Elephants routinely undergo abusive training regimes to be tame enough for human contact. They’re often forced to stand chained for hours at a time while tourists take photos. Take action by refusing to participate in these cruel activities.
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Christiane  mees 1h
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Meanwhile in Canada Jun 21
Truly sorry to hear a trainer at African Lion Safari in Ontario was seriously injured, but elephants shouldn't be used for entertainment or for rides. Hopefully, this sparks a much-needed conversation about banning elephants for entertainment in Canada.
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BBC News Sinhala Jun 24
"සමා වෙයං අලි පැටවෝ" mother and a calf hit by train
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Racing Extinction 15h
Ready to Sell Elephants to ‘Anyone Who Wants Wildlife’ READ:
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Sheldrick Wildlife 24h
When there is so much greenery on offer, what choice does an have but browse & browse to his heart’s content! This is Mukkoka, an orphan in our care who was found all alone by our field teams but has found love & a new family at our Nursery:
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Shawn Anderson Jun 19
Brave cute little elephant does not want to be captured on film. 💕😍🐘
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Nirmal Ghosh Jun 22
Mother wild rescues calf from storm drain, cheered on by onlookers.
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Sheldrick Wildlife 9h
It would seem that, according to baby code, branches are always tastier when they’re taken from a friend’s trunk! Get to know the orphans currently in our care & read their individual rescue stories at:
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Jonesy Cartoons 11h
This little will shortly be his way to , carrying my very best wishes
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