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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.
Botswana Lifts Ban On Elephant Hunting loading...
Botswana Lifts Ban On Elephant Hunting
After five years, hunting will now be allowed in Botswana, home to about a third of Africa’s savanna elephants.
To honour an elephant, Indian temples are going plastic-free loading...
To honour an elephant, Indian temples are going plastic-free
Hindu temples in southern India are taking a stand against single-use plastic. Other faiths are taking notice.
This Baby Elephant Lost Its Trunk. Can It Survive? loading...
This Baby Elephant Lost Its Trunk. Can It Survive?
An elephant uses its trunk to eat, drink, and socialise, but the animal's adaptability means losing one may not be a death sentence.
87 Elephants Killed by Poachers in Africa’s ‘Last Safe Haven’ loading...
87 Elephants Killed by Poachers in Africa’s ‘Last Safe Haven’
Experts explain how the slaughter could happen in Botswana, which may no longer be the refuge it’s long been thought of.
How Tourism Helps Elephants—and People—Make a Home loading...
How Tourism Helps Elephants—and People—Make a Home
Kenya's Sarara Camp is a model of community-driven ecotourism.
Cancer Rarely Strikes Elephants. New Clues Suggest Why. loading...
Cancer Rarely Strikes Elephants. New Clues Suggest Why.
The newly tested genes may be an important key to the gentle giants’ surprisingly low rates of cancer.
Baby Asian Elephants Are Being Crippled by Snares loading...
Baby Asian Elephants Are Being Crippled by Snares
Camera traps reveal that wire snares set to capture animals for bush meat are wounding baby elephants in Cambodia.
Can Bees Help Save Elephants From Train Strikes? loading...
Can Bees Help Save Elephants From Train Strikes?
In India, where elephants are hit by trains, people are trying innovative solutions.
This Baby Elephant Might Be Feeling 'Awkward' loading...
This Baby Elephant Might Be Feeling 'Awkward'
This seemingly strange behavior may be the baby elephant’s version of feeling ‘awkward’.
This Artificial Muscle Costs 10 Cents to Make. And It’s As Strong As an Elephant. loading...
This Artificial Muscle Costs 10 Cents to Make. And It’s As Strong As an Elephant.
A team of young scientists hopes to use the device for prosthetics and industrial applications.

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