All Content for Elephants

Ivory Busts – Cape Town a New Transit  Point for Trafficking?
11th July 2012 by
Yesterday’s seizure of 46 elephant tusks in Cape Town, the latest ivory related crime linked to the metropole, is Read more »
Havana, we have a problem – wild animals belong in the wild!
11th July 2012 by Jason Bell
I don’t know about you, but when I think of Cuba, I think music, revolution, passion, and of time stood still.  I Read more »
10th July 2012 by Dr. Cynthia Moss
Elephants are a keystone species that play a vital role in maintaining the biodiversity in the areas where they range. Read more »
Gabon, turning the heat on the ivory trade
28th June 2012 by Jason Bell
On Wednesday, Gabon’s President, Ali Bongo, sent a clear message to ivory traders – you won’t get your Read more »
achive photo  © IFAW/S. Njumbi
27th June 2012 by
Nearly five tonnes of elephant ivory and thousands of ivory ornaments went up in smoke in Gabon, Central West Africa this Read more »
Nunai wants to play with the keeper Raju. c. IFAW/WTI - Reetika Maheshwari
27th June 2012 by Sashanka Barbaruah
When I woke up early in the morning yesterday and caught the morning news in the TV, a visual of an elephant with its calf Read more »