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Elephant Ivory Trade Talks Heat Up In Geneva loading...
Elephant Ivory Trade Talks Heat Up In Geneva
Proposals to strengthen elephant protections and reopen ivory sales come to a head at global wildlife treaty meeting.
Elephant Skin Sales Rapidly Mounting loading...
Elephant Skin Sales Rapidly Mounting
The illegal trade in Asian elephant skins—for jewellery and traditional medicine—has expanded across Southeast Asia.
Elephant 'Plays' With a Police Car and a Pack of Wild Dogs loading...
Elephant 'Plays' With a Police Car and a Pack of Wild Dogs
Elephants are known to engage in play with other species, and this elephant is no exception.
Elephant Calf Makes Amazing Recovery After Being Shot in Legs loading...
Elephant Calf Makes Amazing Recovery After Being Shot in Legs
Watch a youngster named Luggard find his feet again with the help of carers at an elephant orphanage in Kenya.
Elephants Comfort Comrades During Rescue in China loading...
Elephants Comfort Comrades During Rescue in China
A heartwarming scene unfolds on video and hints at animal behavior.
Elephants Wiped Out on Alarming Scale in Southern Africa loading...
Elephants Wiped Out on Alarming Scale in Southern Africa
There’s a new poaching hotspot, and it’s not where people expected.
Elephants Under Siege - National Geographic Fights Back Against Poachers loading...
Elephants Under Siege - National Geographic Fights Back Against Poachers
Nat Geo launches Special Investigations Unit to expose wildlife crime syndicates
African Elephants Can No Longer Be Caught In The Wild And Sent To Faraway Zoos loading...
African Elephants Can No Longer Be Caught In The Wild And Sent To Faraway Zoos
International leaders have instituted a near-complete ban on capturing and sending elephants far from their home ranges.
The World Responded To This Captive Elephant’s Plight. Now He Has A New Life. loading...
The World Responded To This Captive Elephant’s Plight. Now He Has A New Life.
National Geographic documented Gluay Hom’s injuries in a story on the dark side of wildlife tourism. Now the elephant has been moved to a sanctuary.
Elderly Male Elephants Are The Most Determined To Mate loading...
Elderly Male Elephants Are The Most Determined To Mate
The discovery could have implications for trophy hunters, who target the biggest and oldest bulls.
How Strong Is Africa’s Last Elephant Stronghold? loading...
How Strong Is Africa’s Last Elephant Stronghold?
Newly published aerial surveys—out just weeks after the country lifted its hunting ban—indicate that poaching is on the rise in Botswana.
Where Humans Suffer, So Do Elephants loading...
Where Humans Suffer, So Do Elephants
Elephant poaching is an Africa-wide program, but solving it requires a local approach.

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