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January 13, 2019

Today it is widely known amongst Western tourists that riding an elephant is usually not ok! Many tourists are now choosing to avoid riding but still want that special interaction with elephants so choose to opt for bathing or walking in the forest. But what these unsuspecting tourists may not know is that the elephants might still be receiving a jab with a hidden nail to maintain close control and once the tourists return to the City, the elephants may be chained to the same post for 1...

May 29, 2018

Hey I’m Sam

 I currently have the great pleasure, of fulfilling the role as an advocate for ThailandElephants.org. This enables me to carry on supporting both wild and captive elephants, whilst carrying out an Animal Conservation and Biodiversity Degree back here in the UK.

My background before now, comprises of 2 years working experience in the captive wildlife sector, before having the great pleasure of being introduced to the field conservation sector along with our fantastic foun...

May 27, 2018

"Immediately I was struck with happiness transcending into a grin from ear to ear, a year had passed since my last elephant encounter and here they were, 20 individuals, wild, the only way elephants should be."

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