mudiiiiik , mulang ke udik bawa calon cucu ke nenek dan kakek nya di branti . Kasihannya orang lampung susah ketemu gajah di habitat asli nya jadi poto sama patung saja udah senang . Mohon Maaf Lahir dan Bathin #eidmubarak1438h#saveelephants#savethenature
Black and white picture. I'll post the original soon..!
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Photo by @amivitale. Suyian was the first elephant rescued by the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary (@r.e.s.c.u.e) in Northern Kenya. Reteti is part of the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy and is the first community-owned and run elephant sanctuary in Africa.
The Matthews Range where Namunyak is situated is home to Africa's second-largest elephant population. Community-based wildlife keepers there are working to rehabilitate abandoned and orphaned elephants in order to eventually return them to the nearby wild herds. In this sense, community based conservation is likely to be the only viable alternative for vast tracts of Africa, in the parts beyond agriculture and where big animals and nomadic pastoralists still make their home.
This elephant sanctuary is the culmination of a two-decades long process of tipping conservation upon its head, protecting wildlife for, and not just from, people. In that sense the sanctuary is as much about people as it’s about elephants.
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#a_lallie - Beautiful video .
Baby elephants are clearly very similar to human children who also play like this and a mother will always be a mother as the second her baby slipped and fell, she was there to comfort the little one.
Please support elephant conservation efforts as these gentle giants are #WorthMoreAlive. I hope this baby lives a full, happy life and never gets to see the dark side of Mankind #SaveElephants
Video Credit Jonas Sjöström - #regrann
Elephant park is a stunning place on the planet. Somehow we feel like we were walking in Jurassic park on Hollywood film. This significant experience , I would love to share this to friends especially Thai friends who live in Thailand. Because 99% foreigner and only 1% of Thai (or even less) have been educated at this sanctuary. We should deliberately aware how we badly treat our nation's animal. For example, a huge ridding elephant in tourist industry , a logging industry , Spirit breaking ceremony of elephant, a begging elephant on street and so on. We must educate our people the alternative way of elephant conservation in Thailand. Stop torturing them, unleash elephant and no hooking on them.These creature have heart, soul and beautiful. @elephantnaturepark#loveelephants#elephantnaturepark#saveelephants#foundation#elephants#unleashed#sanctuary#chiangmai#thailand