Elephant Poaching – The Plight Of The Elephants

Elephant Poaching – The Plight Of The African Elephants

elephants and poachingElephant poaching is at crisis levels. If we don’t act quickly and efficiently, there will be no more elephants in the wild in a few short years.

There are 400,000 African elephants left alive. That may seem like a lot but it is a small fraction, about 4% of the 10,000,000 elephants that were alive a short 100 years ago.
Elephants are being brutally slaughtered at the rate of 100 each day. That means we have about 10 years before the species is extinct.

The slaughter is often bloody and brutal. Elephants are felled with high power rifles then the poachers move in with chain saws and butcher the elephant for its tusks leaving the animal to die a painful death and its remains to rot in the heat. In other instances, watering holes are poisoned and entire herds are decimated.

Besides impacting the animal itself and local economies, these brutal killings are funding terrorist organizations.

Please help. Click on the link to http://www.saveahornyfriend.org/ and learn more about the growing crisis and take action. Help spread the work, post on your social media, raise the awareness and if possible, make a contribution to the effort to stop the poachers and save the elephants.

For sure do not buy Ivory trinkets.

Seemingly Changing The Subject..

While the elephants are at risk (as are other species such as Rhino’s) the human race is managing to have a far greater impact on life and the planet than destroying the elephants.   Read on.

Toxins And Our Environment

Since 1985, over 20,000 new chemicals have been introduced and are soaking our environment, our children and you.  And yes! the FDA and EPA allow it.  These industries are, to a great extent, unregulated.   To learn more about toxins in your home and body and your children, check out The Toxic Truth. The magnitude of the problem will astound you.  I further suggest you check into The Silent Soak and download the free e-book that explains 10 simple shifts you can make to protect your kiddos and other family members.

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