World Wildlife Day 2021, It’s Still About Our Elephants
See Me Hear Me or A Potpourri of Elephant Photos, Videos & Stories

World Wildlife Day 2021, It’s Still About Our Elephants

Dear Elephants: Is it here already… World Wildlife Day 2021? The thing is, this day will always be about you, our elephants, the most majestic species on earth.   You make your home in a variety of habitats including deserts, swamps and the highlands but more commonly live in savannas, grasslands and even forests, which … Continue reading »

If Humans Were More Like Elephants… #BehaveMoreElephant, Wisdom from Elephants to Carry Us Through Life
See Me Hear Me or A Potpourri of Elephant Photos, Videos & Stories

If Humans Were More Like Elephants… #BehaveMoreElephant, Wisdom from Elephants to Carry Us Through Life

While humans may not agree on a number of things in life what should present no dilemma is how elephants exemplify a model of behavior to which we should all aspire. Elephant Spoken Here has long shared our love of elephants and our feelings of how almost perfect they truly are.   If humans were more … Continue reading »

Renowned Primatologist & Animal Behavior Expert Jane Goodall Supports the Release of Lucy the Elephant From Canadian Zoo
AbZOOlutely Not** or The Controversy of Zoos & Others Keeping Elephants in Captivity

Renowned Primatologist & Animal Behavior Expert Jane Goodall Supports the Release of Lucy the Elephant From Canadian Zoo

Jane Goodall Addresses Edmonton, Canada City Council to Advocate For Lucy the Zoo Elephant’s Release to Elephant Sanctuary “Hello this is Jane Goodall. This is a message to all of you about Lucy the only elephant in your city Zoo. Thinking about her plight as I speak these words brings back all the pain that … Continue reading »

Caught on Video: Pachyderm CPR Rescue in Thailand Still Stands as Paramedic’s Sole Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Success Story
See Me Hear Me or A Potpourri of Elephant Photos, Videos & Stories

Caught on Video: Pachyderm CPR Rescue in Thailand Still Stands as Paramedic’s Sole Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Success Story

Crossing a dark road near Bangkok, Thailand can be hazardous (well, to anyone for that matter). Especially for a baby elephant who apparently lagged behind her herd and was then struck by a motorcycle,* knocked almost unconscious (having a weakened pulse), flat to the ground. Fortunately an off-duty paramedic responded to the scene and, with … Continue reading »

Help Elephant Family Protect Asian Elephants Through Their Ultimate Christmas Appeal
SOS Elephants or Focus on Charities & Their Sponsors / Partners Helping Elephants

Help Elephant Family Protect Asian Elephants Through Their Ultimate Christmas Appeal

Elephant Family, a wonderful UK elephant charity was born on 1 September 2002. This holiday season Elephant Family has launched the 2020 Christmas Appeal to raise funds to save our Asian elephants “through their programmes that help reduce human-elephant conflict”. Your donation means more now than ever during this trying pandemic year.     “Elephant … Continue reading »

Sappraiwan : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary – BLES : “Jewel of the Forest”
Elephant of the Week or Elephants to Adopt / Foster / Sponsor

Sappraiwan : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary – BLES : “Jewel of the Forest”

Name: Plai Sappraiwan Affectionately Known As: Sappraiwan Thai Name meaning: “Jewel of the Forest” Gender: Male Age: fourteen (in 2018) Personality: Sappraiwan revels in his walks, exhibits gusto when relishing a tasty treat (banana tree stalks are a favorite) & now knows how to turn on the charm with the ‘ladies of BLES’. He also … Continue reading »

Worldwide Exhibition of Lantana Sculpture Elephants, Meant to Raise Money for Asian Elephant Charity, Has Been Postponed Due to Pandemic But Hobnobbing With the British Royal Family As They Await Display in London Can’t Be All That Bad: Part 2
Royalty With a Cause or Royal Connections For Elephants

Worldwide Exhibition of Lantana Sculpture Elephants, Meant to Raise Money for Asian Elephant Charity, Has Been Postponed Due to Pandemic But Hobnobbing With the British Royal Family As They Await Display in London Can’t Be All That Bad: Part 2

It was at South Beach, Fort Kochi, INDIA, a little over a year ago, that a herd of elephants first descended from the mountains of Nilgiri to bring a message of hope to their real-life elephant counterparts around the world. For this was the inaugural event of a exhibition brought forth by CoExistence, a Mark … Continue reading »

Worldwide Exhibition of Lantana Sculpture Elephants, Meant to Raise Money for Asian Elephant Charity, Has Been Postponed Due to Pandemic But Hobnobbing With the British Royal Family As They Await Display in London Can’t Be All That Bad: Part 1
Royalty With a Cause or Royal Connections For Elephants

Worldwide Exhibition of Lantana Sculpture Elephants, Meant to Raise Money for Asian Elephant Charity, Has Been Postponed Due to Pandemic But Hobnobbing With the British Royal Family As They Await Display in London Can’t Be All That Bad: Part 1

Some elephants have all the luck, they not only get to hobnob with royalty they also get to mingle with their aristocratic friends. But these elephants are unique in that they serve a special purpose in helping wild Asian elephants to live. This herd of lantana elephants have been sharing an important message with the … Continue reading »

“You Are Killing Their Soul”: Animal Welfare NGO Releases Distressing Video Footage of Abusive Methods Used to Break Baby Elephants in Thailand Training Camp : Part 2
Elephants With Jobs or Elephant Tourism: The Great Debate

“You Are Killing Their Soul”: Animal Welfare NGO Releases Distressing Video Footage of Abusive Methods Used to Break Baby Elephants in Thailand Training Camp : Part 2

This video is distressing to watch but we must watch to warn others of the abuse performing elephants endure… World Animal Protection explains how the baby elephants are trained using the method known as “the crush“* which “involves hobbling the elephants with chained legs, handlers striking sensitive areas with bullhooks or taking them to loud, … Continue reading »

“You Are Killing Their Soul”: Animal Welfare NGO Releases Distressing Video Footage of Abusive Methods Used to Break Baby Elephants in Thailand Training Camp : Part 1
Elephants With Jobs or Elephant Tourism: The Great Debate

“You Are Killing Their Soul”: Animal Welfare NGO Releases Distressing Video Footage of Abusive Methods Used to Break Baby Elephants in Thailand Training Camp : Part 1

Tourist Demand For Performing Elephants Drives the Industry World Animal Protection, a non-governmental organization (NGO) has produced a video which proves that captive elephants held for the tourist entertainment industry (elephant tourism) in Thailand continue to suffer horrific abuse (training methods used to break them; break meaning to break the little elephants down, to destroy … Continue reading »