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Ecobeetle's Endangered Species - African Elephant - Conservation Information,Pictures,Facts,Links,Books
African continent. The decline in elephant populations is due to several factors including range loss and poaching for ivory. Hunting of the African elephant ... New. Used with permission. African Elephant Conservation Links The African Elephant Conservation Trust The SSC African Elephant Specialist Group The African Elephant Database Save the Elephants Living With ...
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WWF - African elephant programme
Elephant Programme aims to conserve forest and savanna elephant populations across Africa by supporting projects that improve protection and management, build capacity within range states, mitigate human-elephant ...
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African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana africana)
Appendix I to Appendix II, all other elephant populations ...
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Kenya Center Awarded Grant to Conduct Elephant Research - The School for Field Studies
Amboseli National Park, has recently undergone changes that threaten the survival of this population. Changes in land-uses have resulted in increasing contraction and fragmentation of elephant ... Kimana, and Mbirikani Group Ranches that considers elephant use of all three ranches; and 4) design and implement elephant conservation awareness programs for primary and ...
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IWMC - Letter to the Editor - St. Petersburg Times / 16 December 2005
This opinion, that the management of the elephant population in the Makalali game preserve is an appropriate model for all African elephant management, is incorrect. The editorial leaves ... people. Southern Africa is drier now than in the past, and both human and elephant populations have grown. Responsible African governments now argue for sustainable use of their elephants, including ...
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IWMC.org - Letter to the Editor - New York Times / 03 October 2002
Southern African countries which resulted in a substantial increase of their elephant populations. Far from being a success, the ban shut down successful conservation programs that used limited ivory sales to maintain healthy elephant populations. These programs ...
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National Geographic Adventure Mag.: India's elephant conflict
By Paul Kvinta LAST REDOUBT: India's northeastern ... stomped or gored to death some 4,000 people in the past two decades. Meanwhile, elephant populations have mostly plummeted in the 13 countries where they reside, a result of retaliatory killings ...
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Selected links to elephant websites around the world
Elephants of Sri Lanka (elephant home page website) http://members.ozemail.com.au/~cannont/ EMOA Elephant Management & Owners Ass. in Southern Africa (elephant ...
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Elephant Gifts for Animal Lovers
Elephantidae or the elephants, with 3 species: the Savannah Elephant, the Forest Elephant and the Asian Elephant (formerly known as the Indian Elephant). During the period of the ice age there were more ... resulted in the birth of large numbers of tuskless elephants, now approaching 30% in some populations (compare with a rate of about 1% in 1930). Tusklessness, once a very rare genetic ...
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Elephant Pictures
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