“Baby Elephants Survive Against the Odds: An Elephant Orphanage in Zambia Huffington Post I recently traveled to Zambia to report on an organization that works to save baby elephants -- many of them are victims of the current poaching crisis in...”
“National Geographic How to Scare Elephants--For Their Own Good National Geographic When an old African elephant matriarch hears a lion roar out on the savanna, she listens to discern whether it's a male or female.”
“Richard Ruggiero, J. Michael Fay, and Lee White write that wildlife trafficking will receive overdue world attention this week at the United Nations General Assembly and by the Clinton Global Initiative and other elite platforms.”
“The Stewardship Report Opinion: How China Could Decide the Future of Africa's Elephants National Geographic Qing Dynasty craftsmen labored obsessively over “devil's-work balls,” arresting carvings of concentric spheres nested inside one another,...”
“Man on walking mission to save elephants Fall River Spirit When he awoke at Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast one recent morning, it seemed all the attention in the world was focused just a few yards away at Fall River Justice Center.”
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