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THE ELEPHANT PROJECT in association with BLUE SPARK MEDIA presents an ENCOMPASS FILMS production THE LINESMAN: Both Sides Matter The Linesman is a story of one man’s mission to end human-elephant conflict in his homeland. With an unprecedented view of the plight of threatened villagers and their massive, majestic foes -- the Asian Elephant -- we come to truly understand both sides of this deadly struggle. Set in the rural landscape of Myanmar, The Linesman illustrates how decades of…
Kenya, Kajiado County, Amboseli National Park. a Female African Elephant with Two Small Babies. Photographic Print by Nigel Pavitt. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
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If you think that human best friend relationships are impressive, just wait until you see these two incredible elephants. Theirs is a friendship like no other that has withstood the test of time. At the beginning of this video, we are introduced to Shirley and Jenny, two elephants that were a part of the same
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This holiday season, as we celebrate with our family and friends, let's not forget all those who can't be with their loved ones as they work to protect wildlife around the world. The fight to protect those that can't protect themselves never ends and we must remain vigilant at all times. So during this holiday season let's say a word of thanks for those whose names we will never know but who give all so that we never have to live in a world empty of these amazing and majestic animals.
The Elephant Project has been working in collaboration with Encompass Films over the last year on a documentary looking at human elephant conflict in Myanmar and the role deforestation (caused by excessive logging) has played in creating these conflicts. Dominic Gill and his film team are currently in Myanmar for the third time and as usual they have been collecting some amazing photos and footage. The film will be released next summer and The Elephant Project looks forward to using it as a…
Developing economies that will make saving elephants more profitable to the local population than killing them is a solution to bringing an end to the slaughter. WHEN LAMBS BECOME LIONS, explores this issue in a way that has never been presented before. It is a MUST SEE!
Enough is enough! Trump Admin violating FOIA rules. Trying to hide the truth behind overturning the ban on the import of elephant trophies - as well as who was really behind the change - possibly Trump's elephant killing son? Time to hold them accountable!
Standing up and being the voice for these defenseless animals costs nothing and the power of our collective voices calling for action is the pathway to protection. Let's all speak up today! #worldelephantday
From CNN "British photographer Will Burrard-Lucas captured a series of black-and-white photographs of this animal -- who he calls the Elephant Queen -- roaming in the natural landscape around Kenya's Tsavo National Park."
The Elephant Project announced today that it has entered into a formal agreement with the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar to relocate elephants from high human-elephant conflict areas to safe zones around the country. Human-elephant conflict is one of the biggest contributors to elephant deaths around the world. “We must take aggressive protective action because extensive deforestation in Myanmar due to logging has resulted in the reduction of elephants’ natural habitat,"…