Author Catherine Warrington in 'The Story of Ethical the Elephants' introduced us to the eight remaining elephants of the Noozoo, who are the only survivors of the herd after greedy humans took over their land, Afindica.
Each year, thousands of elephants are needlessly slaughtered purely for their ivory! They are defenceless against poachers. You and I must convince our governments to stop the ivory trade. Please sign our petition and join the elephant march...
Woolly mammoths — shaggy, long-extinct relatives of modern elephants — could be easier to clone than one might think, researchers say.
Still, even if any such efforts succeed, they might take decades to accomplish, not the five years in which scientists from Russia and Japan reportedly have said they can achieve it.
Woolly mammoths (Mammuthus primigenius) wandered the planet for more than a million years, ranging from Europe to Asia to North America. Nearly all of these giants vanished from Siberia by about 10,000 years ago, although dwarf mammoths survived on Wrangel Island in the Arctic Ocean until 3,700 years ago.
Chinese Demand for Ivory Threatens Kenya's ElephantsVoice of AmericaOctober 12, 2011 Chinese Demand for Ivory Threatens Kenya's Elephants Gabe Joselow | Nairobi, Kenya Officials in Kenya say Chinese demand for ivory has prompted a surge in elephant...
Did you know there are only three species of elephant living today? They are: the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant and the Asian elephant (also known as the Indian elephant). All other species are extinct.
There’s something about elephants that we humans love. Ask any zoo or safari park to produce a list of their most popular animals and these gentle beasts from Africa and Asia are sure to feature more often than not. Some of you may know a lot about elephants already, but here’s a selection of lesser known facts that are sure to amaze even the biggest of fans.
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