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African elephants die every day at the hands of poachers. Urge Africa's government to work tirelessly against illegal elephant poaching in order to help save this majestic species.

The African elephant is the largest of the elephant species and resides south of the Sahara Desert. There are two subspecies of the African elephant – the African forest elephant and the African bush elephant.

10 Amazing Facts That Put Life in Perspective: "Elephants remember and mourn loved ones, even many years after their death. When an elephant walks past a place that a loved one died he or she will stop and take a silent pause that can last several minutes. While standing over the remains, the elephant may touch the bones of the dead elephant (not the bones of any other species), smelling them, turning them over and caressing the bones with their trunk

"Elephants remember and mourn loved ones, even many years after their death. When an elephant walks past a place that a loved one died he or she will stop and take a silent pause that can last several minutes Comments

We at AWF believe "Only #Elephants Should Wear #Ivory." Don't you?

AWF - Learn about the elephant!

We at AWF believe "Only #Elephants Should Wear #Ivory." Don't you?

The Northern White Rhino is on the brink of extinction after the recent death of a female in a Czech zoo. Only three females remain, and unfortunately, they cannot breed. Urge wildlife authorities to take emergency action in safeguarding the remaining rhinos.

South Africa has been flooded with rhino poaching cases, indicating that it has weak anti-poaching laws that enable poachers to slip through the legal system. Sign this petition to request that the country crack down on devastating rhino poaching.

Elephants are at risk of extinction-unless we 'say no to ivory!...Join the march for these beautiful animals!

Elephants are at risk of extinction-unless we 'say no to ivory!Join the march for these beautiful animals!

Help Elephant Exploited in Texas for Cruel University Tradit... - Care2 News Network

Speak up for exploited elephants TODAY and ask Texas A&M to be true to its core values by compassionately carrying on its tradition without the use of a live elephant.

This trio of elephants show their love for one another as they get their trunks in a tangle. The three fully-grown African elephants were spotted sharing a bonding moment as they huddled together. Affectionately, they twined their trunks together for almost half an hour. Semi professional photographer Guus Quaedvlieg captured the moment while on holiday in South Africa. He had travelled to the Addo Elephant National Park near Port Elizabeth especially to get pictures of the huge animals…

Group hug - elephant style I want a elephant soooooooooo ccccccccuuuuuuuutttttttteeeeeeeee

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