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    African Elephant, scientifically known as the loxodonta africana, is the world’s largest land animal. There are two subspecies known as the savannah elephant, loxodonta africana africana, and the forest elephant, loxodonta africana cyclotis. They both live in central and western Africa; the savannah elephant lives in the grassy woodlands and plains, and the forest elephant lives in equatorial forests. The African Elephant has lived on the continent of Africa for thousands of years, and elephants…

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    other countries around the world, have been poaching elephants for the ivory in their tusks. Every year it is estimated that over 100,000 elephants are killed and every kill brings elephants close to extinction, which is why there should be stricter consequences for poaching. Currently, in countries around the world, there is a ban and set consequences for the trade of ivory, yet there is no law specifically illegalizing the killing of the elephants. Therefore, trophy hunters, who are…

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    The elephant in the village of the blind The elephant in the village of the blind is a traditional Indian story about a village where everyone was blind. A traveler came to the village with an elephant. The villagers did not know what an elephant was and the traveler asked them to see for themselves. Since none of the villagers could see, they had to touch the animal and draw their conclusion on what the elephant could be. Several villagers went and touched the animal. They all formed their…

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    If you 're looking for a unique elephant encounter you 'll find it in Chiang Mai, Thailand at the Elephant Nature Park. This place is an expansive sanctuary and home to many of Thailand 's distressed elephants. They not only save and care for elephants in need, they also rescue dogs and cats. Luckily for us, they 've made it their mission to educate the public about general animal welfare and the torment that many elephants are forced to endure for the tourism industry. Why is that little…

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    Elephants are large land animals that roam these lands. These majestic creatures that could use your help. Learn more in this informational article. Elephants are the largest land animals in the world. They use their ears as fans. When they wave their ears it cools them off. Another thing cools them off is taking a bath. Elephants take baths in water and in mud. The elephants suck water or mud into their trunk and then spray it onto their backs. Sometimes they spray others from their parade.…

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    read about how unique elephant behaviors are? In the articles “Elephants Can Lend a Helping Trunk,” “Elephants Know When They Need a Helping Trunk in a Cooperative Situation,” and “Elephants Console Each Other,” authors Virginia Morell and Joshua Plotnick discuss the high cognition elephants have. They are able to tell when another another elephants needs assistance or if they’re in need of consolation. The authors’ purpose of the articles is to show the mental awareness elephants have of each…

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    In “Justice for elephants”, Natalie Prosin uses imagery, diction, and ethos to convey that elephants are not meant to be “property” but, as she states, should have “ common rights.” In the beginning of the article, Natalie Posin shows some harsh imagery in her favorite movie “Dumbo.” “ There is a heart-wrenching scene where Dumbo is being cradled by his mother, who is chained inside a boxcar.” It really shows a negative image when a disney movie shows Dumbo’s mother chained in a boxcar. It…

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    Why should elephants live in captivity, why should any animal live in captivity. I believe that no elephant should live in any type of captivity. Elephants are meant to live where they did way before we were even on this planet. We decided to come into their home and destroy it, but the few people who care take them out of their homes into captivity. Yes some Zoos release the animals when they are ready to go back into the wild, but most of them just do it for the money. They do so they can get…

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    First, let's consider its purpose, this ad is trying to save the elephants, an endangered species threatened by poaching and by human encroachment on their environment. This ad uses pathos to play on its audiences emotions, convincing them to help save the elephants. The ad does this several ways. First, the background of the ad, a sunset, uses pathos to evoke emotion. The sunset works to create the image of a natural, beautiful environment. The sunset isn't man-made; it is a natural,…

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    Elephant Speech

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    sparrow and an elephant are under attacked by a very aggressive snake, can you imagine what is their reaction in that situation? Which one will be the winner? Firstly, we take a look at the elephant. Elephant is a very giant animal and has a very thick skin which make the poisonous fangs of the snake become useless. So the attack of the snake doesn’t matter. In that situation, the elephant only need to pick up his feet and step on top of the snake and kill it immediately. The elephant doesn’t…

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