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This picture needs no explanation. These animals are so incredibly caring. (Photo credit unknown) #elephant #compassion #amazinganimals #notoivory #wildlife

#arteforelephants Christmas cards!! Just need to be printed and scanned!! #saveelephants #notoivory #etsyseller #veganforlife

Lets save these amazing creatures #notopoachingofelephants #notoivory #savetheanimals

Legal ivory sale drove dramatic increase in elephant poaching, study shows!

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/13/legal-ivory-sale-drove-dramatic-increase-in-elephant-poaching-study-shows?CMP=share_btn_tw #tpwf #theguardian #notoivory #worthmorealive

Now on Netflix A must watch. Knowledge is power and through knowledge we can act for the greater good! #notoivory #notoivorytrade #notoivorypoaching

World's Biggest Ivory Market Shutting Down—What It Means:
Today (31/3) China closes the first of its state-licensed ivory carving factories and retailers, a move conservationists hail as a big step toward saving elephants from extinction. Today one of the world’s largest domestic markets for elephant ivory begins to wind down. China is closing 67 of its licensed ivory facilities, including 12 of its 35 ivory carving factories and several dozen of its more than 130 ivory retailers, according to a notice from the country’s State Forestry Administration, which oversees wildlife trade issues. The rest will be closed before the end of the year. The international trade in ivory has been banned since 1990, but many countries, including the China and United States, have continued to allow domestic sales of ivory. Full story: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/03/wildlife-watch-china-elephant-ivory-trafficking-ban/ (Photo cred: COLOGNETOCAPETOWN VIA GETTY IMAGES) #savetheelephants #worthmorealive #tpwf #notoivory

So happy to share the elephant world experience with the Chu family! Such a great feeling giving a little TLC back to these beautiful elephants 🐘! The whole Elephant World cause will touch your heart like you wouldn't believe! #savingelephants #notoivory #feelingproud

Ivory belongs on elephants
Help us stop the murder of over 96 elephants a day in Africa that's over 30 000 a year please be a voice with us and give the voiceless a chance to a future #saveourplanet #educatethechildren #educatethechildren #globalvoice✊ #spaceforgiants #notoivory

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Only elephants should wear ivory 🐘 💛 #notoivory #protect #elephant #love #zoo

Pls read!@Regrann from @fiona_hardie - As you all know my page is dedicated to elephants. For the love of elephants, for the preservation of elephants, for the awareness of elephants. The good, the bad and the ugly. The beauties and beasts - the poachers, the people who hurt elephants, the people who ride elephants and treat them as a commodity and not a life and now the #hunters. So what's missing in this video that you may be waiting to see as a surprise? ELEPHANTS? Sorry, there are no elephants or any animals for that matter in this little video. It's just not the same is it? You see if we don't protect our elephants and our rhino and all other endangered species of animals we will lose what they add to the land. Life. People watching and waiting, with no life present, no animals....until the people don't come anymore. They are worth more alive. The fascination, the curiosity I have just watching them brings me great joy. There is a new issue that has come up this week. Did you know America is trying to introduce a new Bill, H.R. 226, senator #donyoung thinks that it's okay for people, who hunt for sport, can bring their trophy kill back to the USA. This would overturn an Obama administration bill that was passed banning the import of Ivory into the USA. This is a very simple summary and I suggest you read more when you go and sign the petition. People always want to hurt Elephants, they want to make money, they want to show off. Killing is for cowards. Watching is for heroes. Because heroes have respect. I receive so many messages asking me how to help. Well this is your moment, please go and sign the petition at #change.org #stop #american #trophyhunters from legally possessing IVORY and importing IVORY to the US. Please sign and throw your support, show your support, it's urgent. We cannot continue to compromise the lives of our elephants. They are already under threat. Will it ever end? I will try to connect the link into my bio! Thank you. Fiona 🐘💙#banthedamnivorytrade #ivoryisnotforhumans #banhunting #saveourelephants #STOPbillHR226! #elephants #saveelephants#notoivory#bethechange #betheirvoice #killthetrade #killthedemand #dogood

@Regrann from @chl0ster - #PETITION LINK - http://www.thepetitionsite.com/en-ca/928/790/626/
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SATAO II, one of #Africa's last giant #tusker #elephants, is now dead, killed by a poacher's poison arrow. Another of the last tuskers left in Africa has been also #poached, leaving only 6 of these giants in the Tsavo Conservation Area in southern Kenya. This is a devastating blow to elephant conservation and to super tusker genes.

Elephant populations in the area crashed due to poaching, falling all the way from a high of 45,000 in the early 1970s to fewer than 6,000 in 1989. Since then, the population has recovered to 11,000 elephants (according to the last aerial census in 2014) due to the formation of the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the international ban on ivory trade — although there has been an increase in poaching since then. For further information, see the magazine issue The Silent Giants of Tsavo.

The Tsavo Trust operates the Big Tusker Project in conjunction with KWS and focusses on aerial and ground surveillance and data capture, backed up by the KWS's rapid reaction teams that deal with poaching incidents.

SATAO II's death, and the recent spike in poaching, represent a significant threat to the world's last-remaining tuskers and to Tsavo's precious elephant population. PLEASE consider supporting the Tsavo Trust in their brave battle to keep these elephants safe from the ruthless poaching syndicates.

Tsavo Trust CEO Richard Moller would like to see one or two of the iconic Tsavo super tuskers enjoy a Presidential Security Decree, as was the case with the famous tusker called Ahmed of Marsabit National Park in Kenya in the early 1970s. If successfully repeated, this will be a momentous achievement in conservation leadership by an African president.

Please sign to show your support in our demand that these Majestic Tuskers be watched over 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Thank you.
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#BigTuskerProject #extinction #borntobefree #notoivory - #regrann

#PETITION LINK - http://www.thepetitionsite.com/en-ca/928/790/626/
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SATAO II, one of #Africa's last giant #tusker #elephants, is now dead, killed by a poacher's poison arrow. Another of the last tuskers left in Africa has been also #poached, leaving only 6 of these giants in the Tsavo Conservation Area in southern Kenya. This is a devastating blow to elephant conservation and to super tusker genes.

Elephant populations in the area crashed due to poaching, falling all the way from a high of 45,000 in the early 1970s to fewer than 6,000 in 1989. Since then, the population has recovered to 11,000 elephants (according to the last aerial census in 2014) due to the formation of the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the international ban on ivory trade — although there has been an increase in poaching since then. For further information, see the magazine issue The Silent Giants of Tsavo.

The Tsavo Trust operates the Big Tusker Project in conjunction with KWS and focusses on aerial and ground surveillance and data capture, backed up by the KWS's rapid reaction teams that deal with poaching incidents.

SATAO II's death, and the recent spike in poaching, represent a significant threat to the world's last-remaining tuskers and to Tsavo's precious elephant population. PLEASE consider supporting the Tsavo Trust in their brave battle to keep these elephants safe from the ruthless poaching syndicates.

Tsavo Trust CEO Richard Moller would like to see one or two of the iconic Tsavo super tuskers enjoy a Presidential Security Decree, as was the case with the famous tusker called Ahmed of Marsabit National Park in Kenya in the early 1970s. If successfully repeated, this will be a momentous achievement in conservation leadership by an African president.

Please sign to show your support in our demand that these Majestic Tuskers be watched over 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Thank you.
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#BigTuskerProject #extinction #borntobefree #notoivory

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