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Pledge to Save Africa's Elephants From Extinction Petition!
Animals  (tags: african elephants, poaching, poaching ivory trade, endangered, suffering )

Barb
- 115 days ago - action.aidforafrica.org
More than 20,000 African elephants were killed in 2014 due to poaching and the number could rise if we donâEUR(TM)t act now. The main cause? A growing Chinese middle class that covets hand-crafted ivory objects.
Join Ed Norton in the Fight to Save Africa's Wildlife (Video & Text!!)
Animals  (tags: suffering, african elephants, tusk poachers, slaughter, killed, killing, extinction, Africa Wildlife Foundation, video )

Barb
- 359 days ago - secure.awf.org
Africa's wildlife can no longer support the world's addiction to ivory. That's why the African Wildlife Foundation joined with partners to launch a powerful public service campaign to reduce the demand for ivory and protect
Putting the Spin on Flying Elephants to Omaha
Animals  (tags: elephants, american zoos, african elephants, USA )

Lone
- 370 days ago - aldf.org
Three American zoos have orchestrated a fairly tricky sleight-of-hand to remove 18 African elephants from their native grasslands and plant them in expensive faux-habitat exhibits in the U.S.
Urge the EU to Maintain a Ban on Elephant Trophy Imports From Zambia ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: elephants, killing, poaching, african elephants, wildlife )

Angela
- 408 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Elephant numbers have dropped by 62% over the last decade & they could be extinct by the end of the next decade. Around 100 African elephants are killed each day by poachers seeking ivory, meat and body parts, leaving only 400,000 remaining.
A Billionaire Is on a Quest to Count All of Africas Elephants ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: elephants, african elephants, protection, rescued, wildanimals, wildlife )

Angela
- 425 days ago - takepart.com
How many elephants are left? Nobody knows for certain. Scientists think as many as 10 million elephants roamed Africas savanna and dense rainforests at the turn of the 20th century, but today population estimates range between 400,000 and 700,000.
Turkish Airlines - End the Transport of Exotic Animal Hunting Trophies ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: poaching ivory trade, wildanimals, wildlife, african elephants )

Angela
- 483 days ago - change.org
Thousands of elephants & rhinos are poached annually for their tusks & horn. Lions are being hunted as "trophies" in increasing fashion. Cecil, a beloved lion in Zimbabwe, was illegally killed, beheaded and skinned by a Minnesota dentist.
Elephant Trophy Imports From 3 More African Countries No Longer Welcome in EU !
Animals  (tags: EU ban hunting products, wild animals, african elephants )

Angela
- 500 days ago - ifaw.org
Tanzania, Mozambique and Zambia are this countries ... and together with Botswana (which placed a voluntary ban on trophy hunting) is the import of such items from a huge swath of the African continent now banned.
Mr Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa: Ban ALL Forms of 'Canned' & 'Trophy' Hunting ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: Stop trophy hunting, lions, african elephants, wild animals )

Angela
- 643 days ago - secure.avaaz.org
"The shooting of wild game purely for sport and trophies is no longer compatible with our commitment to preserve local fauna as a national treasure, which should be treated as such !" (Botswana's President, Ian Khama)
Tell China to Stop the Baby Elephant Trade!
Animals  (tags: elephants, China, african elephants, poaching, ivory, abuse, AnimalWelfare, animaladvocates, animalcruelty, animalrights, animals, animalwelfare, cruelty, endangered, protection, sadness, suffering, wildlife )

Lone
- 662 days ago - action.hsi.org
African elephant poaching has reached crisis level with about 100 African elephants poached every day for their ivory.
TAKE ACTION NOW - End the Poisoning of African Wildlife ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: poisoning, wildlife, elephants killed, african elephants )

Angela
- 733 days ago - causes.com
Poisoning has emerged as a deadly tactic in the war on Africa's elephants. Without a shot being fired, hundreds of elephants are being killed at a time so that the sale of their ivory can be used to fund terrorist and extremist groups across Africa.
African Union - Take Action Immediately to Protect Your Dwindling Natural Resources ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: protection, wildlife, african elephants, rhinos, extinction )

Angela
- 743 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
International Criminal Syndicates fund and operate illegal networks across Africa to poach and traffic ivory, rhino horn and other wildlife parts to exit ports out of Africa. The Trophy Hunting Industry is driving the wildlife population to collapse !
*** URGENT *** Stop Any Kind of Safari Hunting in Africa ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: safari, hunting season, african elephants )

Angela
- 779 days ago - causes.com
All wild animals in Africa are a heritage of whole mankind, a heritage for our children and for those who will come after them. With this public petition we ask strongly to stop all forms of safari in Africa.
5 Ways Elephants Are Just Like Us
Animals  (tags: astounding, amazing, awesome, memory, African Elephants, Asian Elephants )

Barb
- 937 days ago - care2.com
Elephants are literally awesome. They're the world's largest land animals now living. The African species stands between 8 and 13 feet tall and weighs 5,000 to 14,000 pounds. The Asian elephant stands about 6.6 to 9.8 feet tall and weighs 4,960 to 12,125
2013 Was A Shockingly Tough Year For Elephants
Animals  (tags: african elephants, animalcruelty, animalrights, animalwelfare, animaladvocates, endangered, killed, killing, suffering, ''shoot to kill'' policy, 10 million elephants, 20th century, 2014 500, 000, elephants, poaching, poachers )

Barb
- 1065 days ago - care2.com
2013 was, it's an understatement to say, a tough year for elephants. Conservationists warned that Africa could lose one-fifth of its elephants unless something is done to halt poachers and that elephants could disappear in the wild in Africa by 2025.
Blood Ivory: Cameroon Carnage and the Chinese Connection
Animals  (tags: African Elephants, AnimalWelfare, animaladvocates, animalrights, animals, animalwelfare, crime, endangered, extinction, ethics, goodnews, investigation, killing, protection, slaughter, wildanimals, wildlife )

Sindy
- 1708 days ago - elephantsinthailand.org
Recent Cameroon African Elephants massacre for ivory is directly connected to China's insatiable appetite for ivory. Article describes why China has such an insatiable appetite, what has been done, and what you can do to help stop ivory trade.
 

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