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#quote "there is no creature among all the Beasts of the world which hath so great and ample demonstration of the power and wisdom of almighty God as the Elephant "... #edwardtopsell #elephant #magnificent #majestic #animals #watercolour #painting #vesivärit #maalaus #rosegold #ruusukulta #myart #create #bcartist #africa #stoptrophyhunting #stoppoaching #notoivory #stopivorytrade #nature #luonto #becreative #begrateful #dailyarts #childrensillustration #loveelephants #marvellous #eyelashes The elephant has the most amazing eyelashes

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I promised to showcase a broad variety of species! So let's continue with the biggest animals roaming the rainforests of #Borneo. Don't be fooled by the name of this subspecies, the Borneo pygmy elephant is considered the world's smallest elephant, but big males still grow to stand over 2m (7ft) tall! Being eye to eye with them in the middle of the jungle, just a few weeks ago, certainly was one of the most thrilling wildlife encounters I have ever had and you guys are the first to get to see a photo of this moment 😊. They can only be found in forests of far northeast Borneo, but sadly their habitat is shrinking and eventhough most individuals grow only tiny tusks they are still being illegally hunted for #ivory...
We can do our part in conserving them and their habitat by paying attention to how and what we consume, #FollowTheFrog and buy sustainable!

#RainforestAlliance #IGtakeover #wildtropics #NoToIvory

We can protect and care about our environment, but let's also protect our elephants 🐘 Elephants continue to die as Japan’s ivory business remains larger than any other country’s. Say no to ivory trade! 🙅🏻‍♀️
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#thegreenprojectusa #savetheelephants #notoivory #Japan #stopit #elephants #saveouranimals #thinkaboutit #dosomethinggood #dontbuyivory #savetheearth #savethetrees #environment #environmentalist #environmentfacts #truefact #protecttheenvironment #forest #trees #mothernature #deforestation #green #gogreen #smallchanges #savetheplanet #greenliving #ecofriendly #greenlife #earthfriendly #nature

~Borneo Pygmy Elephant~

I am currently taking over the @rainforestalliance IG account and posted this exclusive shot of my recent encounter with these beautiful animals 😍

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@fabian_photography for @rainforestalliance
I promised to showcase a broad variety of species! So let's continue with the biggest animals roaming the rainforests of #Borneo. Don't be fooled by the name of this subspecies, the Borneo pygmy elephant is considered the world's smallest elephant, but big males still grow to stand over 2m (7ft) tall! Being eye to eye with them in the middle of the jungle, just a few weeks ago, certainly was one of the most thrilling wildlife encounters I have ever had and you guys are the first to get to see a photo of this moment 😊. They can only be found in forests of far northeast Borneo, but sadly their habitat is shrinking and eventhough most individuals grow only tiny tusks they are still being illegally hunted for #ivory...
We can do our part in conserving them and their habitat by paying attention to how and what we consume, #FollowTheFrog and buy sustainable!

#RainforestAlliance #IGtakeover #wildtropics #NoToIvory

@fabian_photography is taking over Rainforest Alliance’s IG this week, and showing our best day in Borneo...eventhough I almost got a heart attack for this picture 😂😂 #proudgirlfriend
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@fabian_photography for @rainforestalliance
I promised to showcase a broad variety of species! So let's continue with the biggest animals roaming the rainforests of #Borneo. Don't be fooled by the name of this subspecies, the Borneo pygmy elephant is considered the world's smallest elephant, but big males still grow to stand over 2m (7ft) tall! Being eye to eye with them in the middle of the jungle, just a few weeks ago, certainly was one of the most thrilling wildlife encounters I have ever had and you guys are the first to get to see a photo of this moment 😊. They can only be found in forests of far northeast Borneo, but sadly their habitat is shrinking and eventhough most individuals grow only tiny tusks they are still being illegally hunted for #ivory...
We can do our part in conserving them and their habitat by paying attention to how and what we consume, #FollowTheFrog and buy sustainable!

#RainforestAlliance #IGtakeover #wildtropics #NoToIvory

@fabian_photography for @rainforestalliance
I promised to showcase a broad variety of species! So let's continue with the biggest animals roaming the rainforests of #Borneo. Don't be fooled by the name of this subspecies, the Borneo pygmy elephant is considered the world's smallest elephant, but big males still grow to stand over 2m (7ft) tall! Being eye to eye with them in the middle of the jungle, just a few weeks ago, certainly was one of the most thrilling wildlife encounters I have ever had and you guys are the first to get to see a photo of this moment 😊. They can only be found in forests of far northeast Borneo, but sadly their habitat is shrinking and eventhough most individuals grow only tiny tusks they are still being illegally hunted for #ivory...
We can do our part in conserving them and their habitat by paying attention to how and what we consume, #FollowTheFrog and buy sustainable!

#RainforestAlliance #IGtakeover #wildtropics #NoToIvory

This breaks my heart....that it continues to happen...how greedy do you have to be to sentence a living, loving, feeling animal to death because of how they were created!! Quoted from the Global Sanctuary for Elephants -- FACT: Intelligence - "they are some of the most intelligent animals on earth. Their braind have more complex folds tjan all animals except whales, which is thought to be a major factor in their intellect. They commonly show grief, humor/humour, compassion, cooperation, self-awareness, tool-use, playfulness & excellent learning abilities" WHAT PERSON EXHIBITS ALL THESE TRAITS!
Communication - vital to elephants, who rely on a social network for survival.
Population - "elephants in the wild is 25,600 to 32,750 Asian elephants & 250,000 to 350,000 savanna elephants & 50,000 to 140,000 Forest elephants. Numbers from different studies vary, but the result is the same....our elephants are disappearing from the wild."
Poaching - "of Asian elephants for ivory/meat remains a serious problem in many countries...especially for places like southern india, Thai-Myanmar border...South Korea & Taiwan major markets & 5% in Sri Lanka to 90% in south India tuskless"
#shameful #savetheelephants #notoivory

Love this tusk bottle.. #savetheelaphants #bottlelamps #notoivory

Every 15 minutes an elephant is killed for its ivory. A future where elephants will be extinct is not just tragic in itself - without elephants the natural eco systems suffer which will lead to food insecurities for local human communities. Looking after our planet is more than just loving animals. You can support @elephantcrisisfund by picking this charity on checkout, and we will donate 15% of your rental price to this great organization. 📷: @tomstahlphoto

Although this page is predominantly dedicated to dogs and their rehabilitation, I also hold a special place in my heart for wildlife. I took a photo of this strong bull elephant during my time in Malawi. A lot can be done to help wild elephants and spreading awareness is the key. One of the most intelligent mammals on earth, standing tall in front of me in his natural habitat, all safe and sound. For now. Poaching is real and takes lives of too many elephants on a daily basis. If you haven’t already, do yourself a favour and watch The Ivory Game and join the fight to put an end to the ivory trade!#wildlife #africanelephant #jointhefight #theivorygame #notoivory #savetheelephants #elephant #africa #malawi #notopoaching #nototrophyhunting #wildlifephotography #loveanimals #loveelephants #africa #spreadtheword #fortheelephants #malawi #kasungunationalpark #kasungu

Amazing, brave women.... #Repost @damien_mander ・・・
Great work early this morning from IAPF’s Akashinga team in the Lower Zambezi Valley. In conjunction with the Zimbabwean authorities, the ladies conducted 4 seperate raids and made 4 arrests. All of the arrested are part of a local commercial bush meat syndicate and one was wanted for elephant poaching.
In the words of one of the rangers: “Catching known poachers is not the fun part of our job. But if we want to stop the killing, we have no choice. Otherwise there will be nothing left.” Please continue to support: www.iapf.org

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