Noi Na the Sanctuary Elephant Wears Her Blanket and Stays Close to Blazing Campfires to Stave Off the Bitter Cold at Elephant Nature Park in Thailand
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Noi Na the Sanctuary Elephant Wears Her Blanket and Stays Close to Blazing Campfires to Stave Off the Bitter Cold at Elephant Nature Park in Thailand

When it comes to winter weather our elephants are not unlike humans in that they must find ways to keep warm. Despite their relatively thick skin and massive size elephants, especially captive ones, are sensitive to a chill and humans are often unaware of an elephant’s inability to withstand the cold. At the Elephant Nature … Continue reading

How a New Zealand Boy of 9, Now a Young Man, Was Determined to Rescue Thailand’s Tortured Elephants : Jack Lanting Continues His  “Personal Crusade” of Saving Elephants  “If You Can Dream It You Can Achieve It”
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How a New Zealand Boy of 9, Now a Young Man, Was Determined to Rescue Thailand’s Tortured Elephants : Jack Lanting Continues His “Personal Crusade” of Saving Elephants “If You Can Dream It You Can Achieve It”

It all started with a letter from a boy of 9 to a wildlife photographer in an appeal to “raise money for the elephant I am going to save”. For some children that may have been a daunting task. But for the likes of a Te Awamutu New Zealand boy anything was possible if you set your … Continue reading

Elephants Bring Joy to Blind Art Students From Korea at Elephant Nature Park Through a Program Called “Touching an Elephant”
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Elephants Bring Joy to Blind Art Students From Korea at Elephant Nature Park Through a Program Called “Touching an Elephant”

It’s called “Touching an Elephant”. And who wouldn’t find joy just being in the presence of these wonders of the animal kingdom? But it’s the second caption of their program placard that says it all: “another way of seeing” and for these students this is what “Touching an Elephant” is all about. They are normal teenagers who … Continue reading

Faa Mai “The Most Happy Elephant”   Oh How She Has Grown!
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Faa Mai “The Most Happy Elephant” Oh How She Has Grown!

Sometimes there is no other joy like being an elephant and with Faa Mai, the “first born free” elephant at Elephant Nature Park who came into this world on 17 April 2009, there is no holding back. She finds happiness in so much around her, in fact, that she has come to be called “the … Continue reading

How To Sing an Elephant to Sleep :  The “Baby Elephant Lullaby” & One Contented Snoring Elephant
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How To Sing an Elephant to Sleep : The “Baby Elephant Lullaby” & One Contented Snoring Elephant

She was the first baby elephant born at the Elephant Nature Park (ENP) sanctuary on 17 April 2009 from ENP parents, (Mae Bua Tong is her mother). This little one, Faa Mai (Pha Mai), her name meaning “A New Day,” was never exposed to the cruelty that many other elephants in Thailand experience even to … Continue reading

Jungle Boy : Elephant of the Week at Elephant Nature Park : Thong Suk
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Jungle Boy : Elephant of the Week at Elephant Nature Park : Thong Suk

Name: Jungle Boy Thai Name: Thong Suk Gender: Male Where Now: Elephant Nature Park in affiliation with Save Elephant Foundation Location: Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand Thong Suk For more Photos of Jungle Boy see them at: Elephant Nature Park The first glimpses Lek had of Jungle Boy was when she noticed the movements of … Continue reading

Elephant Nature Park Reunites Mother Elephant With Her Baby After Years Apart
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Elephant Nature Park Reunites Mother Elephant With Her Baby After Years Apart

Mama elephant Mae Yui and her calf MeBai shared a big hug as they wrapped their trunks around each after a gratifying reunion earlier this year, reports Jake Poldon for Daily Mail Online. With human intervention, and very caring humans at that, they were both relocated to the Elephant Nature Park in the Chiang Mai … Continue reading