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Baby elephants the key to survival - Elephant News Jun 2022

Posted 14 Jun 2022 in Elephant News

Life is so precarious for elephants in Laos that baby elephants are not named until they turn two ...

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Cinta - May 2022

Posted 31 May 2022 in Cinta

Cinta and her herd continued to spend time within the secondary forest of our leased concession block in the Bukit ...

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Anna - May 2022

Posted 30 May 2022 in Anna

Mutiara, which means pearl in the Indonesian language, was collared in February 2019 and is part of Anna’s core family ...

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Freda - May 2022

Posted 30 May 2022 in Freda

Freda was collared for the first time in July 2013 and has since been recollared a further three times. The ...

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Ginting - May 2022

Posted 26 May 2022 in Ginting

Our Elephant Conservation and Monitoring teams in the Bukit Tigapuluh Ecosystem in Sumatra, continue to keep a close eye on ...

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Mae Mah - May 2022

Posted 25 May 2022 in Mae Mah

Mae Mah, along with her adopted son Dor Khoun Mueang, and other females Mae Noy and Mae Boun Mee Yai ...

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Dor Khoun Mueang - May 2022

Posted 24 May 2022 in Dor Khoun Meuang

Dor Khoun Meuang, along with his adopted mother Mae Mah and Aunties Mae Noy and Mae Boun Mee Yai have ...

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Saving Laos’ Last Elephants - Elephant News May 2022

Posted 11 May 2022 in Elephant News

Extinction is death by a thousand cuts. In Laos this is happening before our eyes, primarily through poaching ...

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What is extinction in the wild? - Elephant News May 2022

Posted 11 May 2022 in Elephant News

Scientists estimate we have less than ten years to save Critically Endangered ...

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Interview with Wildlife Veterinarian Dr Christopher Stremme - Elephant News Apr 2022

Posted 12 Apr 2022 in Elephant News

To celebrate World Veterinary Day on 24 April, we spoke to Dr Christopher Stremme, one of the senior ...

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