BREAKING NEWS IN NEPAL!!!
50 YEAR OLD WORKING ELEPHANT LUCKY KALI IS RETIRED!!! ❤️💛💚
CHECK OUT LUCKY KALI UPDATE ON JANUARY 2018!
Once elephants roamed vast territories, migrating freely with the seasons,
guided by the wisest and oldest female, the Matriarch.
Today, African and Asian elephants are disappearing.
The loss and fragmentation of habitat, human-elephant conflicts for sharing the same resources and poaching for the ivory trade are threats that put the elephants on the edge of extinction. If we do not change deeply our attitude, they will be gone in thirty years,
taking with them many other animal and plant species that depend on the elephants for their own lives.
In 1800, there were 26 million elephants in the African plains.
In just over 200 years, we have exterminated them. 25.5 million elephants are gone forever.
In 1900, there were 1 million wild Asian elephants. In just over 100 years, we have exterminated them.
Today they are less than 40,000. Their habitat has decreased by 95% in a hundred years.
Their extraordinary skills such as the ability to solve problems and make decisions, their emotional intelligence,
extremely rich social lives, their lifelong family bonds, their compassion, selflessness and their respect for deceased
make elephant species the most inspiring and exemplary Nation of Beings on Earth.
While the last free elephants are struggling to survive,
around the world thousands of elephants are being held in captivity.
Most of them endure loneliness, abuse and poor living conditions daily.
The mission of our organisation is to help captive Asian elephants.
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