Good Indian elephant news

This video is called Elephant Family – Protecting Asian elephants and their habitat.

From Wildlife Extra:

Rescued elephants seen with wild herd in India’s Manas National Park

August 2012. Two orphaned wild elephant calves that underwent rehabilitation through the Assam Forest Department and IFAWWTI run Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) have been seen ‘socialising’ with a wild herd in Manas National Park recently.

“This is the third direct evidence of the rehabilitated elephants with wild herds this year,” said Dr Bhaskar Chaudhury, Regional Head – Northeast, WTI, who leads the project. “This is a good sign and sure-shot evidence that orphaned wild elephant calves that end up in human care can be successfully returned to the wild. They deserve to live a free life in the wild as did their mothers.”

Congo forest elephants declining from logging roads, illegal ivory: here.

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