What the future holds this World Elephant Day

Aug 11 2017
In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to

In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to buyers representing Japan and China. Kruger National Park. photo by John Hrusa.I have never felt as optimistic for elephants as I feel today on this World Elephant Day 2017.

What the future holds this World Elephant Day

Aug 11 2017
In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to

In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to buyers representing Japan and China. Kruger National Park. photo by John Hrusa.I have never felt as optimistic for elephants as I feel today on this World Elephant Day 2017.

What the future holds this World Elephant Day

Aug 11 2017
In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to

In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to buyers representing Japan and China. Kruger National Park. photo by John Hrusa.I have never felt as optimistic for elephants as I feel today on this World Elephant Day 2017.

What the future holds this World Elephant Day

Aug 11 2017
In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to

In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to buyers representing Japan and China. Kruger National Park. photo by John Hrusa.I have never felt as optimistic for elephants as I feel today on this World Elephant Day 2017.

L’élan international pour fermer les marchés d’ivoire donne une bonne raison de célébrer la Journée mondiale des éléphants

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Ce samedi, nous serons des millions à rendre hommage au plus grand mammifère terrestre: l’éléphant.

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Le Cap, Afrique du Sud
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Christina Pretorius, IFAW Afrique australe
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Global momentum to shut down ivory markets provides reason to celebrate on World Elephant Day

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Aug 11 2017
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On Saturday millions of animal lovers around the world will be raising a cheer for nature’s biggest land animal, the elephant.

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Cape Town, South Africa
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Kerry Branon, IFAW
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508 744 2068
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Welt-Elefanten-Tag – Hoffnung für die Dickhäuter?

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Aug 11 2017
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Welt-Elefanten-Tag – Hoffnung für die Dickhäuter?

Morgen ist Welt-Elefanten-Tag – er wurde 2012 von Elefantenschützern ins Leben gerufen, um auf die Bedrohung der sensiblen Dickhäuter aufmerksam zu machen. Die Wilderei-Krise hat in den letzten Jahren Rekordausmaße angenommen. Nach Experten-Schätzungen werden jährlich mindestens 20.000 Elefanten wegen ihres Elfenbeins getötet.

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Hamburg
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Dörte von der Reith
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040-86650033
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Deze puppy's helpen bedreigde diersoorten te beschermen

Aug 9 2017

Deze puppy's helpen bedreigde diersoorten te beschermen

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Een blik op de toekomst op deze World Elephant Day

Aug 11 2017
In november 2008 verkocht Zuid-Afrika 47 ton opgeslagen ivoor aan kopers uit Jap

In november 2008 verkocht Zuid-Afrika 47 ton opgeslagen ivoor aan kopers uit Japan en China. Kruger National Park. Foto door John Hrusa

Ik heb me nog nooit zo optimistisch gevoeld over de olifant als vandaag op World Elephant Day 2017.

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What the future holds this World Elephant Day

Aug 11 2017
In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to

In November 2008, South Africa sold 51.8 tons (47 tonnes) of stockpiled ivory to buyers representing Japan and China. Kruger National Park. photo by John Hrusa.I have never felt as optimistic for elephants as I feel today on this World Elephant Day 2017.