captive elephants

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  • Housing, too, was not up to the mark and even legal status of these captive elephants was a question mark.
  • He is credited with having raised living standards of captive elephants across Tamil Nadu.
  • The foundation remains the only certified non-profit organization working with captive elephants in Sri Lanka today.
  • In recent years animal rights organizations have tried to target IEF because of their affiliation with those who manage captive elephants.
  • The captive elephants in the sanctuary are no longer used for timber extraction work.
  • Pinnawala is notable for having the largest herd of captive elephants in the world.
  • Female captive elephants have survived until 75 years while males have survived 60 years.
  • It was disclosed that the way captive elephants were kept around Corbett violated various laws.
  • Infrasonic vocalizations have been recorded from captive elephants in many different situations.
  • Temple elephants are specially trained captive elephants that are lavishly caparisoned and used in various temple activities.
  • It is often preferable to train captive elephants because they can then be handled more safely, which means their health can be checked and they can be better cared for.
  • The famous Guruvayur temple has more than 60 captive elephants.
  • The funds generated from both visitors and volunteers is used to maintain the elephants well-being, and to enable the care and rescue of more captive elephants.
  • In 2010, Buckley founded and began consulting world wide to help improve the lives of captive elephants and their mahouts.
  • January to April are the cruelest months for the captive elephants in Kerala when the places of worship celebrates various annual festivals.
  • Temple elephants are a type of captive elephants.
  • In Bandula's case and certainly with other captive elephants, there was an element of deception involved during the escapes, such as the animals looking around making sure no one was watching.
  • Carol Buckley is a specialist in the trauma recovery and on-going physical care of captive elephants.
  • While Carol has gone on to help captive elephants in the United States and Asia, she has not been allowed to see Tarra since 2010.
  • Thus, this is not just a disease of captive elephants, but is endogenous to and possibly rampant in Asian elephants in the wild also.
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