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Elephantastic News: Our #elephants are waiting for you! Now that #Thailand has #Covid19 under control we would love to see you at #Elephantstay. If you are in Thailand you can book now! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #meettheherd #elephantlovers #elephantadventures #animalwelfare https://t.co/Uh6fF3Xrqd
Sumatra Update: (part 2) Many large rope snares were found in his area, leading the ERU team to believe poachers were targeting the calf for his tiny tusks. The difficult decision was made to take the calf into human care and give him much needed medical and nutritional care https://t.co/OupryIXuzQ
Sumatra Update: Less than 1 month ago one of the Elephant Response Units (ERUs) in Way Kambas, Sumatra spotted a lone male elephant calf, possibly 3-4 years old. Lost to his herd, they followed and monitored him for 3 weeks, hoping his poor condition would improve https://t.co/qTSsNjUaFX
#WelcomeBackWednesday 2 Debbie J! We r thrilled 2 induct Debbie in2 our #HallofFame as a bronze member -5 visits! Deb says I keep coming back b/c I love being here doing all I can 2 help the elephants Jumbo congrats & thank u 4 your ongoing support & looking after Rasamee! https://t.co/Nfu419ZYK0
In the buffer zone of Bardia National Park in Nepal Community Based Anti-Poaching Units help mitigate Human-Elephant Conflict (HEC). Here is an office building for one of those teams, supporting the protection of elephants, tigers, and other wildlife in the region. https://t.co/OQ6C9TO64n