Circus Cruelty

Adopt An Elephant Orphaned By Poachers

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The plight of the palm oil elephants | Natural History Museum

The plight of the palm oil elephants There are precious few elephants left in Borneo, and the population gets smaller every year. Forests where they live are being slashed to make way for palm oil plantations, making it more and more difficult for elephants and farmers to thrive toget
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The terrible fate of Raja the baby elephant, chained and held hostage by an angry mob: An image that will haunt you and a story that will enrage you | Daily Mail Online

The terrible fate of Raja the baby elephant, chained and held hostage by an angry mob: An image that will haunt you and a story that will enrage you In this shocking expose the Duchess of Cornwall’s brother reveals how baby elephant Raja was shockingly mistreated as he was kept
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World’s smallest elephants killed for ivory in Borneo | Environment | The Guardian

World’s smallest elephants killed for ivory in Borneo Asian elephants have faced less poaching than their African cousins but the latest grisly finds have led conservationists to worry for their survival Borneo’s elephants are the smallest in the world. Even the planet’s smalles
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TEAPSPA Tweetstorm- Ban Circus Cruelty in the US

A bill banning the use of wild and exotic animals in all US Circuses has been introduced to the House.  It’s up to us to get it passed. TEAPSPA, the bill that will end the use of wild or exotic animals in all US circuses was reintroduced in the house by Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ) and David
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British expat petitions government to help desperate elephants, handlers

Last week’s surge in new, locally transmitted Covid-19 cases in China, serves as a reminder to the rest of Asia that the possibility of a second wave may be all too real. A similar surprise second wave hit Singapore at the start of April after it appeared the island nation had been su
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Government petitioned for urgent aid to help starving elephants

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Could coronavirus usher in an era of ethical wildlife tourism? 5 of the best experiences in Kenya, Uganda, Argentina, South Africa and … Scotland?

Ethical tourism and socially minded travel could become the new normal. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphotoFrom cruelly chained elephants and drugged tigers to smuggled exotic species, animal cruelty is rife in the travel industry – but today’s disruption offers a golden opportunity to re
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Cambodians Revel in Now Tourist-Free Angkor Wat

SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA - The new coronavirus has left its mark on Angkor Wat, the world’s top tourist attraction. Foreign visitors are rare, the elephants are being rehoused and local businesses have gone bankrupt, but for Cambodians it’s a chance to reclaim their heritage. Authorities s
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