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Team Lioness Aims to Fight Poachers in Amboseli National Park in Kenya

By Lenny Ruvaga Kenya’s Amboseli National Park is home to herds of elephants that have been the target of poachers trafficking in the illicit trade in...

Elephant Death Toll in Zimbabwe Rises to 200 Amid Severe Drought

Zimbabwe's parks agency says more than 200 elephants have died amid a severe drought, and a mass relocation of animals is planned to ease...

Uttarakhand High Court Bans the Use of Red Chilli Powder to Drive Away Elephants

After the Uttarakhand High Court banned the practice of using red chillies and chilly bombs to drive away the elephants, the local people are...

Global Wildlife Group Approves Ban on Capture and Transfer of Wild African Elephants to Zoos

The group that regulates the global trade of wildlife has approved a nearly complete ban on the capture and transfer of wild African elephants...

A Study of Africa’s Bush Elephants

A study of the African bush elephant's vast network of deep wrinkles has found it is intricately designed to help the elephants keep their...

Genetic Analysis Identifies Illegal Ivory Traders

Researchers are using genetic analysis to connect the dots in the illegal ivory trade, linking multiple seizures of the valuable tusks to a common...

‘The Last Animals’ Sheds Light on Rhino, Elephant Extinction

The death this month of 45-year-old Sudan, the last male northern white rhino on the planet, rings the alarm on the imminent extinction of...

Families Live on Trees due to the Terror of rampaging Elephants in Jharkhand

Ranchi, Nov 30, 2016: At least four families have been forced to live on trees because of the terror of rampaging elephants near Ranchi,...

Gajendra Moksham: Stop Animal Cruelty! Protect our Elephants to protect our Civilization

Elephants are being revered across India for their majesty and loyalty, personified in the figure of Lord Ganesha, and constitutes the pride of...

When Bees help Humans and Elephants survive in Kenya

Kenyan elephants are not restricted to wildlife sanctuaries or reserves, hence continuous harm by them to the locals and their lands and farms is...

SC directs registration of Kerala temples having elephants

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed that all temples possessing elephants and using them during religious functions in Kerala would be registered...

Jumbo gesture: This small town in Odisha is building ponds for elephants for the summer

By Prateek Kumar At a time when elephants are killed for their tusks across the world, a small town of Odisha in India is making...

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