Have We Failed Our African Elephants? : Grim News as the Great Elephant Census Reveals Less Than 350,000 African Savanna Elephants Remain in the Wild Due to POACHING
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Have We Failed Our African Elephants? : Grim News as the Great Elephant Census Reveals Less Than 350,000 African Savanna Elephants Remain in the Wild Due to POACHING

Worse Than Expected Numbers of Savanna & Forest Elephants Left in the Wild Project: the Great Elephant Census Place: The continent of Africa Purpose: To count all of the Africa’s elephants (African Savanna Elephants & African Forest Elephants) by Air over the course of 2 years People: The team was comprised of scientists (90) & … Continue reading »

Rare Forest Elephants’ Image Captured on Tree Cams Brings New Hope For The “Critically Endangered” Species’ Survival in Troubled South Sudan, Africa
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Rare Forest Elephants’ Image Captured on Tree Cams Brings New Hope For The “Critically Endangered” Species’ Survival in Troubled South Sudan, Africa

It had not been discovered until a six-month long study released by Fauna & Flora International this past month. Captured on cameras attached to various trees, in a 3000 mile expanse of the Central Africa forest, these tree cams (“remote sensing cameras aka ‘camera traps’”) have brought a beautiful vision into focus. That of the … Continue reading »

GMFER: What We Need To Realize About Elephants  Part 2
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GMFER: What We Need To Realize About Elephants Part 2

An Elephant’s Understanding of the Concept of Death “You’ve all heard about elephant graveyards? Of course that is a myth. But what is not a myth is the amount of attention that elephants pay to their own species.” In the aftermath of the poaching crisis of the 1970’s Dr. Wasser arrived in Africa “collecting skulls … Continue reading »