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Bad Economics: Pachyderm Poaching and Refuge Reductions

Bad Economics: Pachyderm Poaching and Refuge Reductions

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 8, 2016 0

We are losing animal species at an alarming, unprecedented rate, and our wild places are increasingly coming under attack. If we’re not careful, our planet could soon have far fewer other kinds of beings

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Protecting the Woolly Mammoth to Save Today’s Elephants

Protecting the Woolly Mammoth to Save Today’s Elephants

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 27, 2016 1

The woolly mammoth—an animal that went extinct 4,000 years ago—is currently being considered for legal protection under conservation trade rules. “How that can be?” you might well ask. The answer lies in a story that’s entwined with some very

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Video: Watch as Elephants “Check In” at a Lodge in Zambia

Video: Watch as Elephants “Check In” at a Lodge in Zambia

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 31, 2016 23

The saying goes you can’t teach old dog new tricks. But what about elephants? When the builders of a five-star lodge in Zambia constructed their hotel over an ancient elephant path, they assumed the

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Video: Saving an African Lion

Video: Saving an African Lion

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 1, 2014 11

While it’s never been easy to make your living as an animal in Africa, wildlife presently residing there face even more challenges than their ancestors did. For example, in the last four months in

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7 Photos of Animals in Love: A Tribute to Valentines Day

7 Photos of Animals in Love: A Tribute to Valentines Day

Ami Jones February 14, 2014 2

Valentines Day is upon us and it is a time to show those closest to us how much we truly love them. We have compiled a list of some of our favorite photos of

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An Elegy – and a Hope – for Elephants

An Elegy – and a Hope – for Elephants

Wendy Redal November 21, 2013 0

A PERSONAL REFLECTION ON THE U.S. IVORY CRUSH Two years ago when I was on safari in Botswana, I saw my first herd of wild elephants. We heard them first—a low, rumbling thunder in

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