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What Hollywood Gets Wrong About Drug Addiction
Claire Rudy Foster
Even in progressive films, realistic representation of people in recovery Is missing.
China Shuts Down Domestic Ivory Trade In Effort To Fight Poaching
“We can start 2018 hopeful that elephants will be safer," said one environmentalist.
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Trump Calls Elephant Trophy Hunting A 'Horror Show,' Says He's Unlikely To Allow Imports
He halted his administration's decision earlier this week to lift a ban on the import of elephant parts from two African nations.
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Ellen DeGeneres Is Fighting Trump's Elephant Trophy Policy With Kindness
“Elephants show compassion, sympathy, social intelligence ... . All the things I have yet to see in this president," she said.
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Trump To Lift Ban On Import Of Elephant Trophies From 2 African Nations
The decision was made public by none other than the trophy hunting advocacy group that sued to block the Obama-era ban in 2014.
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Circuses Banned From Using Elephants In New York State
The law comes four months after New York City outlawed all wild animals in circus acts.
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To Save Elephants, New York To Crush Nearly 2 Tons Of Ivory
“Crushing the ivory shows that the ivory has no value, so people can stop killing the elephants,” a Wildlife Conservation Society spokesman says.
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Elephant Rescued After Being Dragged Out To Sea By Strong Current
This pachyderm was in big trouble.
Hong Kong Makes Massive Ivory Seizure
The bust shines a light on the need for a stricter ivory ban, anti-poaching activists say.
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2 Elephants Team Up To Rescue Calf After It Plunges Into Pool
Help is on the way!
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Asian Elephants Killed For Their Skin In Emerging Poaching Crisis
Poachers aren't just after ivory: “We’ve found mothers and calves brutally killed and skinned," one elephant advocate says.
Thai Elephants Welcome Rescued Orphan Calf
Dok Geaw finds new family after losing his mother to infection.
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Community Rallies To Free Elephant Herd Trapped In Muddy Bomb Crater
The elephants didn't have much longer to live.
Poachers Have All But Emptied This 'Sanctuary' Of Forest Elephants
Most of these majestic creatures were slaughtered for nothing more than their ivory tusks.
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People Are Making Huge Sweaters To Protect Elephants From The Cold
It takes four weeks to make just one sweater by hand.
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'Greatest Show On Earth' Shutting Down After 146 Years
High costs, falling ticket sales and animals rights battles have brought down the curtain.
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10 Top Things to Do In Jaipur, India
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Meet The Adorable Newborn Elephant That Just Joined Disney's Herd
Animal Kingdom announced the little girl's birth on Wednesday. They've named her Stella. 🐘
China’s Decision To Halt The Ivory Trade Is A Game-Changer.
Former Director, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Recognizing that consumer demand is driving the extinction of wild elephants across Africa, the Chinese State Council has
Anderson Cooper Cozies Up To Some Elephants On Myanmar Vacation
Curtis M. Wong
The CNN anchor and his partner caught some rays while tending to the beautiful creatures.
Keeping It ZEN: From Elephants To Education
Carol J. Carter
Author and student success expert
Awareness of the Ivory Crisis is Taking Shape
John F. Calvelli
Executive Vice President, Public Affairs, Wildlife Conservatio...
Good News for Elephants for a Change
Dr. Cristián Samper
President and CEO, Wildlife Conservation Society
Photographer Captures Mesmerizing Scenes From Hindu Rituals
From elephant blessings to goddess worship.
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Just Stop Hurting Elephants
Adam M. Roberts
CEO of Born Free USA; international expert on animal welfare a...
Despite our profound love for elephants and amazement at their very existence, humans have a unique, inexplicable capacity to bring pain and suffering to individual elephants as we simultaneously engage in behaviors that hasten their demise in the wild.
A New Elephant Census Shows The Devastating Impact Of Poaching
About 30 percent of Africa's savanna elephant population decreased in just seven years, a report found.
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