Have some fun! Learn how to draw these three large African mammals: From Nature’s Giants magazine, courtesy of Wild Nature Institute. Illustrator: Kayla Harren.
Africa has two species of elephants, forest elephants and savanna elephants. Counting the number of elephants living in a given area is not as easy as you might think, even though elephants are big. Counting savanna elephants can be done from airplanes. Aerial population surveys…
From across the forests and savannas, mountains, oceans, and skies of the world, welcome to a celebration of the animals that you know and love – it’s the … It’s the world’s largest land mammal and it packed its trunk just to be here ……
Author Laurel Neme tells us the story of Chhouk, an injured Asian elephant who was rescued and given a special prosthetic shoe.
Suzi Eszterhas loves to photograph baby animals. Check out some photos from Suzi’s new book and learn about her work.
For all the mothers and carers out there. Wishing you a happy day!
Learn about an organization that has found ways to help humans and desert elephants coexist in Namibia.
We chat to Phyllis Lee about the Amboseli Elephant Trust’s longterm study of elephants.
From the Giraffe, Rhinoceros & Elephant Activity Book by Megan Strauss, courtesy of Wild Nature Institute.