There’s a new petition going around, asking for our help to free Shankar, a lonely elephant, in Delhi Zoo. Nikita Dhawan and Nandika Karunakaram started a petition that has angered young animal activists all over the world. According to Nikita and Nandika, the 26 year old African elephant is living in poor and isolating conditions….
It’s confirmed, elephant shot 20 times in Kaeng Krachan, Thailand died. The authorities confirmed this on January 22nd. The 60 year old male elephant is being called “Grandfather of Pala-U”. The elephant was found two weeks before, with bullet wounds on his head and body. A team of veterinarians worked vigorously to help the elephant….
Here are the reasons why the illegal Ivory trade and subsequent poaching of elephants continues to flourish despite several efforts to curb it.
The relevance of elephants in Thai culture is traceable from the battle for the sovereignty of Thailand to more modern times.
Many elephant species have been exploited to the point of extinction by humans for centuries now. Just how many types of elephants still exist today? Let’s find out.
President Trump recently lifted a ban on allowing elephant trophy imports to the USA sparking reactions from many quarters. Here’s what’s going on.
Damning reports show that many elephants are dying in zoos. Apparently, conservation efforts are better directed at keeping them in their natural habitats.
The idea of Elephant trophy hunting to boost conservation remains a controversial and highly debated issue. We bring you the facts of the matter.
The Asian elephant is the largest living land animal in Asia. This intelligent creature can be taught to perform many tasks and it remains an important part of life in its native communities.
Bomb sniffing elephants may sound peculiar and absurd that it’s not as outlandish as you may think. They may even do a better job than dogs.
What do you do when faced with a charging elephant? Run, hide, or remain perfectly still? Find out the steps that could save your life in the rare but dangerous scenario of an elephant attack.
Elephants do not belong in captivity as the growing number of Elephant-Free Zoos prove. For a while now, we’ve been talking about the ills of keeping elephants in captivity. Whether for entertainment in circuses or elsewhere or for exhibition in various zoos around the world. The fact is that majority of these creatures are snatched from their…