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Mohan: The Unluckiest Elephant in the World

Wildlife SOS | Posted 05.21.2016 | Green
Wildlife SOS

Since humans captured him, his days have been filled with hard work, insufficient sustenance, and vicious beatings to force him to comply with his mahout's (caretaker/trainer) wishes. His nights have been spent in chains.

Sixty Seven Elephants in Need of Immediate Rescue in India

Wildlife SOS | Posted 02.23.2015 | Impact
Wildlife SOS

Suzy is one of sixty-seven pachyderms living in terrible conditions in Indian circuses, despite a nationwide ban on the use of elephants in such shows. The next step for Suzy and the others is to find their way to safety thanks to Wildlife S.O.S.

Will Raju's Freedom Last?

Nikki Sharp | Posted 11.10.2014 | Green
Nikki Sharp

Raju had lived for almost 50 years in spiked chains. His life consisted of being dressed in costumes and painted in chalk in a klutzy attempt to make him look cherished and worshipped.

Raju The Crying Elephant May Be Forced Back To A Life In Chains

The Huffington Post | Cavan Sieczkowski | Posted 09.04.2014 | Green

The story of Raju, the elephant who cried when he was freed after 50 years in shackles, touched millions around the world just two months ago. Now, in...

LOOK: Adorable Elephant Recovers After Rescue From Cruel Owners

The Huffington Post | Hunter Stuart | Posted 09.17.2013 | Green

An 18-year-old elephant rescued after being maltreated by her owners in India is now recovering at an animal sanctuary, where her health has improved ...