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Elephant calf rescued after falling into abandoned pit in Kerala, released in wild

2020-09-22 - KOCHI, India.

An elephant calf that fell into an abandoned pit was rescued and released in the wild by the forest department on Tuesday. The herd had entered a farm land close to the forest in search of food when the calf fell in the pit.


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Captive Elephants Rules Amendment an Eyewash

2015-11-09 - Kochi, India.

In a serious lapse on the part of the State Government, the much touted Captive Elephants (Management and Maintenance) Rules - 2012, framed for preventing abuse of elephants, was not tabled in the Assembly before being notified as a rule.

Replying to an RTI query, the State Information Officer stated that the examination carried out by the Information Commission had showed that there was no record to prove that the Captive Elephants (Management and Maintenance) Rules-2012 (SRO No ...


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trade

Sonepur ban may hit supply of elephants to Kerala

2015-11-05 - KOCHI, India.

Supply of elephants — those bling-bedecked pachyderms that take pride of place at the state´s numerous temple festivals — to Kerala could be drying up. That´s because trade in the large mammals has been banned at the annual Sonepur cattle fair in Bihar, the biggest source for the creatures in recent years.


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Peruvaram Mahadeva temple: Squad checks on jumbos after complaint

2014-05-04 - Kochi, India.

Following a complaint that wounded jumbos were being paraded at the Peruvaram Mahadeva temple at Paravur, a five-member flying squad of the forest department inspected the elephants being readied for the ´kazcha seeveli´ ritual on Saturday evening. We´ve found a wound near the knee of an elephant, Mangalakunnu Karnan. But Dr Gireesh, the veterinarian who issued fitness certificates for the jumbos said the wound is not as severe as to cause pain to the animal.


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people
The elephant that killed its mahout and smashed part of a house in Thevara on Tuesday evening.

Only 1 licensed vet in Kochi to dart rampaging animals. Shortage of hands for sedating restive elephants a cause for concern

2014-02-06 - Kochi, India.

Don’t blame it on the veterinarians if they arrive late to dart restive wild animals as Kochi has only one licensed government veterinarian for the jumbo job. Though there is enough number of government veterinarians in the district who can dart the animals, including elephants, only one has the licence to pick up the dart gun and fire to sedate them. And it may take hours for making his service available as proved in the city on Tuesday. It took nearly three hours for the veterinarian to arr...


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medical

Foot-and-mouth disease hits elephant rental business

2013-12-29 - Kochi, India.

The foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) that has afflicted domestic cattle in southern States is looking to threaten an unexpected sector — Kerala’s flourishing elephant rental business. The rental business’ high season has just opened and elephant owners are flush with bookings. In the case of certain top-end elephants with high brand value, the booking is for four or five months in advance. But the FMD outbreak in the State over a month ago left thousands of cattle infected. Though the airborne...


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The elephant kraal in Kodanad, near Perumbavoor, which has a long tradition of taming elephants in the State, is in a state of disrepair

Dearth of money, rare timber holding up repair of elephant kraal in Kodanad

2013-11-03 - Kochi, India.

Dearth of money and a serious shortage of hardwood kambakam (Hopea parviflora) is holding up repair work on the famed elephant kraal (aanakkood) at Kodanad, a village whose history is intimately linked to the tradition of capture and taming of wild elephants.


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The elephant catcher from Kochi

2013-10-24 - Kochi, India.

Juhaim Ibnu Abdul Jabbar, 22, is studying engineering at Toc H Institute of Science and Technology, Kochi. The name of my device is EDD (Elephant Deterrent Device). When elephants run wild, they end up dying in rail accidents or they become a threat to people on the streets, farmers and crops. My device can avert these tragedies.


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medical

Elephant death raises Anthrax fear

2011-09-26 - Kochi, India.

The unnatural death of an elephant, suspected of Anthrax, at the Periyar Tiger Reserve a couple of days ago has raised fears of an epidemic outbreak. With Forest Veterinary officials suspecting symptoms of Anthrax in the animal, samples have been sent for detailed tests. A final confirmation will be made only after the results of the tests are out. It was last week that a female elephant was found dead at Vallakkadavu range, opposite to Nellikkampetti in the Thekkady range. The forest officials ...


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An elephant chases a car in Wayanad.

The conflict between elephants and humans has no winners

2011-09-13 - Kochi, India. Jose Kurian

Just two days ago wild elephants went on a rampage after they strayed into human inhabitations in the hamlets adjoining the jungles of Palakkad district. Man-animal conflict is a continuing story in the State’s jungle zones. For thousands of families living either within the jungles or contiguous to them, life has become dangerous. The elephants, for their part, bear the brunt of man’s commercial greed that has blocked their natural corridors.


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Tusker succumbs to injuries caused by Mahouts

2011-06-07 - Kochi, India.

A 42yearold elephant, which was suffering from serious injuries, died at Choondi near Muvattupuzha on Monday. The Forest Department has started looking into the circumstances that led to the death of the animal. Officials said the elephant died near Pariyaram Mahavishnu Temple where it was camped for the past few days. The mahout of the elephant Viswanathan also stayed near the temple. According to forest officials, tusker Nayarambalam Ramankutty, owned by the Nayarambalam NSS Trust, died on Mon...


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Rent an elephant for Rs.75,000 a day this season

2011-03-20 - Kochi, India.

Elephant owners in the state have increased the daily rentals of their elephants as temples in the state have ushered into this year’s festival season. They, however, justify the hike in rentals citing a variety of factors including the steep rise in the price of essential commodities and decreasing number of captive elephants.


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Elephant charging jeep in kerala, india

2009-12-17 - Kochi, India. theanand


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Controversy over Elephant’s burial

2009-09-05 - Kochi, India.

The burial of an elephant, which reportedly died of anthrax in Perumbavoor on Thursday, has kicked up a controversy. There are allegations that the pachyderm was buried, near the Muvattupuzha river, unscientifically and could pose a threat of polluting the river, a source of potable water in the district.
The Elephant Lovers Association has demanded an inquiry into the death of the elephant. It was on Thursday that Unnikrishnan, an elephant owned by a saw mill owner in Perumbavoor, died.


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Baby elephant chews explosive, dies

2009-02-13 - Kochi, India.

A four-year-old elephant died in Neryamangalam forest of Kerala's Idukki district after it chewed a fire cracker left by people living on the forest fringes to kill wild boars. The elephant, which was found on Tuesday with an infected mouth, died on Wednesday morning. Workers cutting bamboo inside the forest saw the elephant lying on the ground and informed forest guards. Conservator of forests (Kottayam high range circle), Bennychan Thomas, said the cause of the injury which led to its death wa...


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Woman killed by elephant

2009-02-06 - Kochi, India.

A woman was killed by an elephant at a temple here, triggering a stampede which left at least 19 others injured. The elephant caught hold of the woman by its trunk and flung her in the air. The others were injured in the subsequent stampede. Of the injured, the condition of three women is stated to be serious, police said. As part of the festivities in the temple, seven caparisoned elephants had been lined up at the temple grounds.


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Mass following: A file picture of spectators during pooram in Thrissur. Hotels and flats in the town make arrangements on their terraces for people to witness the festival, charging Rs750-1,000 per person.Liquor sales, too, see an increase during the fes

Festival brings business to Thrissur’s hotels, bars

2008-04-14 - Kochi, India.

Around 70 elephants will be readied for the festival, said K. Manoharan, president of the Paramekkavu temple committee. The committee puts up a gallery for foreign tourists to witness the festival, and 350-400 tourists are accommodated there annually. Care is taken to ensure that the elephants are given sufficient water and food and not made to stand under the scorching sun. Elephants have killed several people in the state last year, including during temple festivals that are mostly held during...


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Kochi collector M.S.Manoj has jumbo album on jumbos

2008-04-03 - Kochi, India. Juhan Samuel

A man in Kochi has raised a huge collection of news and photographs of Indian elephants culled from various dailies or other published materials. M.S.Manoj's collection includes photographs and news of accidents on railway tracks, temple festival, transportation of jumbos in vehicles and their plight, the famous Asiad Appu of India, and various other related issues ever happened in India. He started collecting news and pictures related to elephants in 1990 after coming across a news of his villa...


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Elephant economics rule in Kerala fests

2008-02-22 - Kochi, India. Ajayan

If elephants were stocks their price to tail-hair multiples would give a good indication of whether they are over-valued or not. Some revel in the prestige of owning an elephant but all talk of numbers is avoided because Indian laws do not allow animals to be used for commercial purposes


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Film stars seek ban on entry of elephants in urban areas

2007-09-20 - Kochi, India.

Film personalities, including Dilip Kumar and John Abraham, have taken up the cause of elephants by urging all states to ban the entry of the animals into urban areas. Dilip Kumar and his wife Saira Banu, Abraham, Raveena Tandon, Yana Gupta, Rahul Khanna and Celina Jaitley are among those who have signed a petition of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals that asks all chief ministers not to allow elephants to enter urban areas.


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Court nod for elephant parading: Modifies its earlier order and sets guidelines for Thrissur Pooram

2007-04-13 - Kochi, India.

The Kerala High Court on Thursday modified its earlier order prohibiting parading of elephants from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in festivals with respect to the Thrissur Pooram and allowed the parading of elephants during the above timings during festivals on certain conditions. The court modified its order as it felt that the Pooram was not just a temple festival but a festival of all the people in Thrissur district. Besides, the secretaries gave the assurance that the elephants would be properly fed an...


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Overuse, cruelty driving elephants to madness

2007-03-31 - KOCHI, India. K.S. Sudhi

Kerala, the home to most number of captive elephants, is fast becoming their torture ground as well. Parading the animals in musth, stretching their working hours beyond reasonable limits, provocation by public and cruelty by mahouts are driving the elephants to madness. K.C. Panicker, secretary of the Elephant Welfare Association, said the incidents of elephants running wild could be controlled if the elephants in musth were not paraded.


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Elephants to wear microchips from today

2007-03-07 - Kochi, United States.

Elephants in the Ernakulam district will wear microchips from today as part of an initiative by the State Forest Department. The microchips would be embedded in the skin behind the left ear of the elephants. Each elephant will be given a 10-digit code, which will serve as the e-ID of the animal. Elephant Care, an organisation engaged in `providing a decent environment and congenial life to the domesticated elephants,' is the facilitator. Forest Department veterinary surgeon E.K. Easwaran is lea...


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Mahouts in Kerala to be insured

2006-09-24 - Kochi, India.

'We will give free insurance cover for 500 mahouts on Nov 18 - the first day of the Tripunithura Temple festival' said E. Nandakumar, secretary of Elephant Care. The society hopes that in due course they will be able to extend the insurance cover to all mahouts in the state. There are around 700 captive elephants and nearly 1,400 mahouts in Kerala.


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Baby elephant rescued from river in Nilambur forests

2006-07-07 - Kochi, India.

A two-month old baby elephant which was being washed away in a river has been rescued by tribals and brought to the Elephant Care Centre at Kodanad near Perumbavoor, about 40 km from here. The animal had accidently wandered away from a herd of wild elephants in Nilambur forests and fallen into the river. Senior veterinary surgeon, Dr S Salim, examined the elephant yesterday. She is being fed milk, tender coconuts, glucose and complan, the sources said.


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PIL seeking probe into elephants death dismissed

2006-07-05 - Kochi, India.

The Kerala High Court today dismissed a PIL seeking a probe into the capture and subsequent death of the rogue elephant 'Kolakolli', which had spread terror in the Peppara Wild Life Sanctuary near Thiruvananthapuram last month. The petitioners, People for Animals, Thiruvananthapuram, Wild Life Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre, Bangalore, India Projects for Animals and Nature, Tamil Nadu, had sought appropriate action against those responsible, including Chief Wild Life warden and other forest of...


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Elephant experts and mahouts in Kerala to be honoured

2006-01-27 - Kochi, India.

Five leading elephant experts and 100 mahouts in Kerala will be honoured for the first time - and the latter will also get free insurance. Balakrishna Shenoy, vice president of Elephant Care, an NGO, told IANS: "The function is unique because this is being jointly organised by the Kerala forest department, the Elephant Owners Welfare Association and us." The event will take place Saturday.


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Kerala HC asks Devaswom Boards to properly maintain elephants

2005-09-07 - Kochi, India.

The Kerala High Court today directed the Travancore and Kochi Devaswom Boards to take necessary steps as required under the Captive Elephants (Management and Maintenance) rules, 2003 to protect the elephants under their control. A Division Bench comprising Justice R Bhaskaran and Justice J M James warned the Devaswom Boards that inaction in this regard would be viewed seriously and the Devaswom officers would be liable to answer for their lapses.


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research

Forest Dept considering genetic database of tigers, elephants

2005-05-12 - KOCHI, India.

The state Forest Department is considering to create a genetic database of elephant and tiger population in the state to counter the threat of poaching and secure sufficient scientific evidence for court convictions. The department has held talks in this regard with the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram, the agency that premiered gathering of forensic evidence through DNA fingerprinting in the state.


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29 Headlines about Elephants from KOCHI2020-09-22 - KOCHI, India - Elephant calf rescued after falling into abandoned pit in Kerala, released in wild 2015-11-09 - Kochi, India - Captive Elephants Rules Amendment an Eyewash 2015-11-05 - KOCHI, India - Sonepur ban may hit supply of elephants to Kerala 2014-05-04 - Kochi, India - Peruvaram Mahadeva temple: Squad checks on jumbos after complaint 2014-02-06 - Kochi, India - Only 1 licensed vet in Kochi to dart rampaging animals. Shortage of hands for sedating restive elephants a cause for concern 2013-12-29 - Kochi, India - Foot-and-mouth disease hits elephant rental business 2013-11-03 - Kochi, India - Dearth of money, rare timber holding up repair of elephant kraal in Kodanad 2013-10-24 - Kochi, India - The elephant catcher from Kochi 2011-09-26 - Kochi, India - Elephant death raises Anthrax fear 2011-09-13 - Kochi, India - The conflict between elephants and humans has no winners 2011-06-07 - Kochi, India - Tusker succumbs to injuries caused by Mahouts 2011-03-20 - Kochi, India - Rent an elephant for Rs.75,000 a day this season 2009-12-17 - Kochi, India - Elephant charging jeep in kerala, india 2009-09-05 - Kochi, India - Controversy over Elephant’s burial 2009-02-13 - Kochi, India - Baby elephant chews explosive, dies 2009-02-06 - Kochi, India - Woman killed by elephant 2008-04-14 - Kochi, India - Festival brings business to Thrissur’s hotels, bars 2008-04-03 - Kochi, India - Kochi collector M.S.Manoj has jumbo album on jumbos 2008-02-22 - Kochi, India - Elephant economics rule in Kerala fests 2007-09-20 - Kochi, India - Film stars seek ban on entry of elephants in urban areas 2007-04-13 - Kochi, India - Court nod for elephant parading: Modifies its earlier order and sets guidelines for Thrissur Pooram 2007-03-31 - KOCHI, India - Overuse, cruelty driving elephants to madness 2007-03-07 - Kochi, United States - Elephants to wear microchips from today 2006-09-24 - Kochi, India - Mahouts in Kerala to be insured 2006-07-07 - Kochi, India - Baby elephant rescued from river in Nilambur forests 2006-07-05 - Kochi, India - PIL seeking probe into elephants death dismissed 2006-01-27 - Kochi, India - Elephant experts and mahouts in Kerala to be honoured 2005-09-07 - Kochi, India - Kerala HC asks Devaswom Boards to properly maintain elephants 2005-05-12 - KOCHI, India - Forest Dept considering genetic database of tigers, elephants

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Keonjhar sees rising elephant deaths

2021-10-08 - Bubaneshwar, India.

Elephants death toll has risen in Keonjhar forest division over the last one year. Sources revealed that when Santosh Joshi was the DFO from 2017 to 2020, 24 elephants had died in Keonjhar forest di...


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Elephants at BEC were found to be just "skin and bones" after the coronavirus pandemic forced the park to close

"Just skin and bones": Bali elephants left to starve

2021-10-07 - Petang, Indonesia. Al Jazeera Staff

Bali Elephant Camp (BEC), a safari-style park, north of Ubud, Indonesia, left more than a dozen elephants to starve, and staff without pay after plummeting ticket sales forced it to close when COVID-1...


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COPA presents its Second Report containing information on 16 investigations to parliament

2021-10-06 - Colombo, Sri Lanka.

The Second Report of the Committee on Public Accounts (COPA) for the First Session of the Ninth Parliament was presented to Parliament today (06) by its chairman, (Prof). Tissa Vitharana, Parliament C...


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Is there any risks when Zoos have Facebook pages?

2021-10-03 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Dan Koehl

Lately, I have noticed that Zoos Facebook Pages slowly more and more are taking over Zoos educational role. The latest example is about the elephant Mala in Parc Paradisio. Mala has colic, and hundred...


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Gange attracted elephants during khedda operations. Credit: DH File Photo

Elephant dies at Sakrebailu camp

2021-09-27 - Shivamogga, India. DHNS, Shivamogga

Gange, a female elephant used for khedda operations, died at the Sakrebailu camp in the district on Sunday. "The elephant was not well for the past two years. The condition worsened fifteen days ago. ...


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10,000-pound elephant calls Attapulgus home as it moves into South Georgia refuge

2021-09-23 - Attapulgus, United States.

It’s a big day for South Georgia. Bo, a 10,000-pound elephant moved into his new home thanks to Elephant Aid International and George Carden, the person giving Bo a new life. He's the owner of Georg...


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NEW ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM IN WINSTON

2021-09-16 - Winston, United Kingdom. Brooke Communications

43-year old African elephant Butch, who is over ten-foot-tall, is the newest animal to call the game park in Winston home. Marketing Director Jacob Schlueter said Butch came from another facility wher...


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Ishini Wickremesinghe is the daughter of Shan Wickramasinghe, the brother of former Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe

Sri Lanka National Zoological Gardens DG resigned over elephant issue: Union

2021-09-09 - Colombo, Sri Lanka. Pamodi Waravita and Ruwani Fonseka

The Sri Lanka Podujana National Zoological Gardens Department Workers’ Union yesterday (9) claimed that National Zoological Gardens Department Director General (DG) Ishini Wickremesinghe has resigne...


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South Georgia elephant sanctuary welcomes first resident

2021-09-09 - Attapulgus, United States.

Elephant Refuge North America, an 850-acre natural habitat located in Attapulgus, Georgia, plans to accept its first resident later this month. Bo, a 34-year-old male elephant, is being released by th...


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Twin elephant calves born at Pinnawala

2021-08-31 - Kegalle, Sri Lanka.

For the first time in Sri Lanka's history, twin baby elephants have been born at the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. The twin calves were born to female elephant named 'Surangi'. Both calves are male. T...


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A Sri Lankan Buddhist monk anoints a temple elephant as a part ritual marking the New Year as per traditions at a temple in Colombo on April 17, 2021.

Sri Lanka prohibits handlers from drunk driving on elephants, bans putting baby elephants to work

2021-08-23 - Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Under the new regulations, logging elephants can only work up to four hours a day, while working at night is forbidden. They are also entitled to at least two-and-a-half hours of bathing time each day...


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Adult tuskers fast disappearing in Odisha: Male elephants account for 18% of total population

2021-08-14 - Bhubaneswar, India.

With the large scale poaching of tuskers over the years, the gender imbalance is fast emerging as a major threat to the elephant population growth in Odisha with the drastic drop in the numbers of adu...


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‘We are hopeful’: Cora the elephant’s health is improving after end-of-life options considered

2021-08-13 - Topeka, United States.

Cora the elephant is improving after concerns over her health had the Topeka Zoo considering end-of-life options. Shanna Simpson, an animal curator at the zoo, said Cora wasn’t eating, had a lot of ...


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Human-elephant conflict continues to take heavy toll; 219 jumbos and 89 people so far this year

2021-08-12 - Colombo, Sri Lanka.

The Department of Wildlife Conservation has recorded 219 jumbo deaths up to August 11 this year mainly from human-elephant conflict. During the same period, 89 people were killed in elephant attacks. ...


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Another jumbo dies of anthrax in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve?

2021-08-12 - COIMBATORE, India.

An elephant, which was found dead at Mangalapatti near Thengumaradha in Nilgiris district.on Tuesday, may have died of anthrax, according to the forest department.


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Scientific approach, local involvement must for conservation: Minister

2021-08-12 - New Delhi, India.

Union Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEF&CC), Bhupender Yadav on Thursday said that nature conservation should be taken up with a scientific approach involving the local commun...


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Hyderabad: Elephant from Kolhapur to carry Bibi ka Alam

2021-08-12 - Hyderabad, India.

An elephant, Madhuri aged 38 years from Kolhapur will be used to carry the Bibi ka Alam standard during the procession on the 10 of Muharram month scheduled next Friday. The costs involved in bringing...


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Wild elephant tests positive for herpes virus in Odisha forest

2021-08-11 - Bhubaneswar, India.

In 2019, five elephants had died within 33 days in Odisha after testing positive for herpes


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Apparently proving the saying that old habits die hard, Rivaldo, an elephant recently released into the wild in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve (MTR) in Nilgiris district returned to Mavanallah near his old habitat.

Elephant Rivaldo released into Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, returns to village

2021-08-06 - Udhagamandalam, India.

The villagers reportedly noticed Rivaldo moving around their area in the wee hours of Wednesday, about 40 kms from the camp and alerted the forest department officials.Though the elephant was radio-co...


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Maggie the elephant, longtime former resident of the Alaska Zoo, has died

2021-08-05 - Anchorage, United States.

Maggie, an African elephant that lived at the Alaska Zoo for 24 years, has died at a wildlife sanctuary in California. She was 41 years old. Maggie died at the Performing Animal Welfare Society wildli...


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