Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Sheldrick Wildlife Aug 15
FREE AT LAST: This poor female suffered from the cruelty of snares for far too long but after a month spent searching for her, she was finally located & treated today & vets were able to remove the terrible trap
Reply Retweet Like
World Animal News Aug 12
Breaking! On , Announces Ban On Domestic Trade Of Beginning In 2021; It Should Start Now! 🙏🐘🙌 READ MORE: 🌍👉
Reply Retweet Like
Save The Asian Elephants Aug 16
“There is no such thing as a domesticated . There are only who have lost their will to fight back.” Elephant Valley founder, Jack Highwood
Reply Retweet Like
Journal of African Elephants Aug 13
Press release: The trade in live calves must be prevented!
Reply Retweet Like
LION GROUP Aug 15
Sri Lanka with Kenya and Thailand listed as top 3 locations for ethical & responsible tourism. Pictured, African elephant near Mount Kilimanjaro, East Africa
Reply Retweet Like
Pepsy Aug 17
70-Yr-Old Tikiiri: BROKEN by 'Neglect' - Looks Close to Death in Harrowing New Image! !
Reply Retweet Like
Sabi Sabi Aug 16
A big breeding herd of elephants made their way to a nearby watering hole to quench their thirst after a very hot day.
Reply Retweet Like
Neil Hammerschlag Aug 18
protection debate to dominate conservation meeting //
Reply Retweet Like
Charlotte Hacker 7h
ivory carving in China peaked during the Qing dynasty, but workshops remained until the 2017 commercial ivory ban. Antique pieces are displayed throughout Beijing. Its hard to believe something so intricately beautiful is tied to such a large-scale conservation crisis.
Reply Retweet Like
Will Travers 4h
is discussing closure of domestic markets. All ivory markets. But the claims there is no new ivory trade in EU & that domestic EU ivory trade does not stimulate or encourage poaching. Leadership vacuum. ⁦⁩ ⁦
Reply Retweet Like
Abby Gordon Aug 19
Took my swag on Safari in Africa! I also met Bablee Kunta, Tanzanian Basketballer while I was there... the basketball scene is not prominent in Tanzania. Didn’t see a traditional hoop once the whole visit. have you been to Africa?
Reply Retweet Like
Daniel Schneider Aug 14
Tikiri is 70 years old. Tikiri is starving. Every night she is made to wear a heavy costume and parade through Kandi Sri Lanka during a religious festival as tourists throw donations. Always assume the performing is being tortured to perform. Don't go to the shows. RT
Reply Retweet Like
Journal of African Elephants Aug 17
AEC International Call to Action to governments all over the world to protect the African
Reply Retweet Like
Post it like Magritte Aug 20
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. PM Dhakate Aug 20
& Respecting each other is something we all should learn from wildlife, every elephant herd shares a tightly knit bond. The group is lead by oldest & largest female known as 'Matriarch'. The rest of the herd is matriarch's other daughters and their calves.
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Smythe Aug 20
Reply Retweet Like
Anupam Bordoloi Aug 20
Reply Retweet Like
Parveen Kaswan, IFS Aug 19
Obvious that experienced matriarch should lead family. She has accumulated immense traits/wisdom due to her long life. Which comes handy in long journeys & dangers. Not true for all. In pregnant lead the way as she needs more water. decide mutually.
Reply Retweet Like
Global Elephants Aug 19
After Maia's arrival at sanctuary, once she moved past her initial fear of something bad being done to her and started to believe she was actually a ‘good girl’ and worth the love that was being shown to her, Maia blossomed exponentially. Maia:
Reply Retweet Like
San Antonio Zoo & Zoo School🦏 Aug 19
When you're feeling BEHIND and its only Monday!
Reply Retweet Like