Elephant Spoken Here Has Moved to ElephantSpokenHere.Com
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Elephant Spoken Here Has Moved to ElephantSpokenHere.Com

Today, 17 October 2017, is the official relaunch of ELEPHANT SPOKEN HERE. You may have discovered our elephant blog at ElephantSpokenHere.WordPress.com. But from this day forward Elephant Spoken Here can be found at ElephantSpokenHere.Com. Our focus will remain the same but we will be more than a blog and we look forward to sharing with … Continue reading

Today is the Day: Global March For Elephants and Rhinos: Save Elephants From Extinction
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Today is the Day: Global March For Elephants and Rhinos: Save Elephants From Extinction

“We March Against Extinction and demand governments take action to stop the poaching of elephants and rhinos and end the trade in ivory and rhino horn.” GMFER website     Global March For Elephants & Rhinos.   Elephant activists and elephant advocates are helping to save elephants by making their voices “herd “.     … Continue reading

Celebrate National Elephant Appreciation Day 22 September 2017 & Share in This VIDEO Moment as an Elephant Herd Celebrates the Life of a Newborn Baby Elephant
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Celebrate National Elephant Appreciation Day 22 September 2017 & Share in This VIDEO Moment as an Elephant Herd Celebrates the Life of a Newborn Baby Elephant

Every year a special day has been set aside to show how much we admire and respect the most amazing animal on this planet, the elephant. This day is called National Elephant Appreciation Day, it falls on September 22nd, and what more can we do to show our appreciation for elephants than by helping to … Continue reading

Video Moment: Watch Sweet Baby Elephants Playfully Nudging Each Other & Rolling Happily in the Dirt
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Video Moment: Watch Sweet Baby Elephants Playfully Nudging Each Other & Rolling Happily in the Dirt

Just one of a million reasons why we love elephants… It is playtime for these two sweet baby elephants in the wild. Watch the VIDEO here presented by the Daily Mail. Let us not forget our elephants. We must protect our elephants in the wild from poachers. Elephant conservation begins with US.     Source: … Continue reading

Happy World Elephant Day 12 August 2017
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Happy World Elephant Day 12 August 2017

Elephants need us this day, WORLD ELEPHANT DAY (Saturday 12 August 2017), and everyday throughout the year in order to survive. Show your support for our elephants in the wild (stop poaching & stop the illegal ivory trade) and our elephants in captivity (end elephant abuse). Become an elephant advocate.  Become an elephant activist. Become a … Continue reading

Celebrate #WorldElephantDay on 12 August 2017 With The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Where “Everyday is World Elephant Day @DSWT”
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Celebrate #WorldElephantDay on 12 August 2017 With The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Where “Everyday is World Elephant Day @DSWT”

With 2017’s World Elephant Day just 2 days away, Elephant Spoken Here would like to feature The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, where “Everyday is World Elephant Day @DSWT“. Words cannot express the gratitude we feel for Dame Daphne Sheldrick and her team for their work in saving the lives of our African elephants (baby elephant orphan rescues).   … Continue reading

Love, Life, and Elephants : An African Love Story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick: Book Review Essay Part 5 : Meet the Elephants!
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Love, Life, and Elephants : An African Love Story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick: Book Review Essay Part 5 : Meet the Elephants!

Let us not forget: JUMA & BIBI baby bull Juma & Bibi (p. 263-264) who both died tragically; Let us not forget: OLMEG (p.266) who was the first and most likely the only baby elephant to share Jill’s bedroom. And despite the work it had taken to fluff up the floor with a “bed of … Continue reading