ELEPHANTS

ELEPHANTS

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  1. Staff feed milk to Ayeyar Sein in Wingabaw Elephant Camp

    Baby elephant nursed back to health at Myanmar sanctuary

    Baby elephant Ayeyar Sein trumpets impatiently as a vet prepares her milk bottle and walks cautiously, her front left leg in a splint made of ...
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    Beasts of burden: A young elephant's journey to salvation

    In the final part of a series looking at Thailand's changing relationship with its elephants, CNA visited a park where abused, neglected and ...
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    Beasts of burden: 'If there’s no blood, how can it be afraid?' - The making and breaking of Thailand's elephants

    In the second part of a series looking at Thailand's changing relationship with its elephants, CNA investigated how the animals are trained to ...
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    Beasts of burden: Hooks, chains and pain - How Thailand's elephants have become symbols of despair

    In the first part of a series looking at Thailand's changing relationship with its elephants, CNA explored how the animals are made to perform ...
  5. Sri Lankan elephants graze on a field in Kaudulla national park in Habarana

    Four Sri Lankan elephants found dead of suspected poisoning

    Four elephants were found dead on Friday (Sep 27) in central Sri Lanka, with police suspecting the animals were poisoned by angry villagers.
  6. elephants run amok at sri lanka religious festival

    Sri Lanka elephants run amok, 17 injured

  7. NParks personnel showing the size of the ivory

    Commentary: Singapore’s ivory trade ban tackles elephant in room but work ahead a mammoth task

    Singapore’s ivory ban is a win for conservation but we must double down on wider conservation efforts, says WWF-Singapore’s Kim Stengert.
  8. july 21 pangolin scales and ivory

    Singapore to ban domestic trade in ivory

  9. Many busy migratory routes have been cut by roads and railway lines in India's Assam and West

    'Plan Bee' gets Indian elephants to buzz off railways