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Neglected Thai elephant prepares for jumbo flight home

Thai government had stopped sending elephants abroad and now checking the condition of those already sent overseas

After 3-year hiatus, Lao Elephant Festival to be held in February

For Laotians, elephants are a symbol of power, especially in rural areas, where residents use them for clearing land and farming

India’s elephant god festival returns in jumbo style

The 11-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival draws tens of thousands of Hindu devotees onto streets across the seaside megacity of Mumbai

SPOTLIGHT: Joy of the Elephants

COVID-19 pandemic forced a mahout to make heartbreaking choices but both man and elephant have finally found sanctuary

Sri Lanka’s most sacred elephant dies aged 68

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa decreed that the animal be declared a "national treasure" and ordered its remains be preserved

A trumpet for compassion on World Elephant Day

Every day, 55 elephants are killed in Africa while in Asia only about 40,000 of these animals are left alive

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