Supreme Court in India to Decide on How to Protect Captive Elephants of Kerala
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Supreme Court in India to Decide on How to Protect Captive Elephants of Kerala

In an unprecedented move the Supreme Court in India has called for the “registration of all of the captive elephants in Kerala” and an immediate count of said animals. This action is being taken to “hold people accountable” for any and “all acts of cruelty” these elephants have endured for far too long. Historically, the … Continue reading

Former Chargers Cheerleader & Sports Illustrated Model Launches Charity to Help Elephants and Wildlife
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Former Chargers Cheerleader & Sports Illustrated Model Launches Charity to Help Elephants and Wildlife

Exotic wildlife, including elephants, can thank their lucky stars that Marlina Moreno, a 24-year-old beauty who has modeled for Sports Illustrated and danced for an NFL team, “found her calling” after visiting a South African jungle in 2012. After that fateful trip, she felt compelled to leave her spot on the cheerleading squad for the San … Continue reading

Kamok : Elephant of the Week at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust : Too Cute
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Kamok : Elephant of the Week at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust : Too Cute

Name: Kamok Date of Birth: 7 September 2013 Gender: Female Where:  The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Nursery   Nairobi Kenya Africa Kamok: Too Cute For Photos see them at: The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Found alone and wavering, she was rescued at one day old on 8 September 2013, a Sunday. The DSWT rescuers discovered that the … Continue reading

“We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them.”  Liz Jones and the Elephants Part 4
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“We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them.” Liz Jones and the Elephants Part 4

Hope For a New Beginning But there is hope. Geeta Seshamani of Wildlife SOS has offered assistance in the matter. They were responsible for rescuing Raju, now 51, who endured repeated head beatings so severe it blinded him. The elephant and the journalist came together recently at the Wildlife SOS’s refuge near New Delhi. It … Continue reading

“We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them.”  Liz Jones and the Elephants Part 3
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“We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them.” Liz Jones and the Elephants Part 3

The Secret Camps At a secluded “training camp” in Karnataka each elephant is forced into a “wooden pen” called a “crushing cage” or “kraal.” Once confined, unable to “move or even lie down” the elephants are kept “isolated, confined, starved, and dehydrated.”  They are jarred awake each morning by noise. The evening is more of … Continue reading

“We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them.”  Liz Jones and the Elephants Part 2
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“We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them.” Liz Jones and the Elephants Part 2

The Elephants The following are just a few of the 57 Elephants at the Guruvayur Temple in Kerala, southern India that need our help:   Nandan     is age 43, a male “tusker” who for 20 years has been shackled in a way as to restrict his ability to lie down or even reach water in a … Continue reading

“We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them.”  Liz Jones and the Elephants Part 1
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“We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them. We Have to Release Them.” Liz Jones and the Elephants Part 1

The Temple Journalist Liz Jones reporting for the Daily Mail on Sunday along with London barrister, Duncan McNair, who founded Save The Asian Elephants (STAE) have made a desperate appeal to rescue elephants. “We have to release the 57 elephants in that temple, and close down the secretive ‘training’ camps: there are 12 in all”. … Continue reading