Raju the elephant in India cried as he was freed from chains after 50 years, but now his former owners, who used him to beg, are trying to get him back as their 'property'. Please comment on link before Sept 4th to keep Raju at his sanctuary instead.
The person responsible for Namibia's Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources is Bernard Esau. As the minister it is his duty to conserve and protect resources for the benefit of both current and future generations.
This elephant named Raju cried when he was rescued after years of abuse but abusive owner is now trying to get Raju back. The Wildlife SOS is running a petition to keep him they need roughly 50,000 signatures before Sept 4. Go to care.org Keep Raju Safe
I cannot understand when eneyone is hurting or murdering the life of a defenceless animal I cannot understand why eney government would allow army's base's to use an animal's in eney way as this isn't protecting life of of eney way shape or form help
Please take action before any more irreversible damage is done to these amazing creatures' habitat and future generations. I am strongly urging you to adopt an environmental offset system that ensures protection for koala bears' habitat.
n Thailand, Elephants are a significant aspect of culture and are a popular tourist attraction. The training methods inflicted upon these gentle giants is a tragic example of how little these magnificent creatures are respected.