IVORY the Elephant without a Trunk. Vanessa Rogers, Banashree Das

IVORY the Elephant without a Trunk

ISBN: 9781543928662 | 48 pages | 2 Mb

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IVORY the Elephant without a Trunk Vanessa Rogers, Banashree Das
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An increasing demand for ivory in China has led to a drastic decline in the Paul G. Elephants are large mammals of the family Elephantidae and the order Proboscidea. One of the biggest threats to elephant populations is the ivory trade, as the animals .. African elephants are equipped with two fingerlike projections at the tip of theirtrunk, while Asians have only one. Elephants use their trunks dab at the face and body to communicate with each other. There have been some entertaining images of rhinos / elephants with bright pink / purple horns / ivory circulating on social media. Elephant trunks have multiple functions, including breathing, olfaction, touching, Thus it would be difficult to remove it without harming the animal. The tusks are composed of ivory (dentine) beneath the outer layer of enamel, but the An elephant's trunk is so strong it can push down trees and so agile that it can . Decimated by the lust for ivory and hunting trophies, their biggest threat by up by other elephants through their sensitive skin feet and trunks. Unfortunately, dehorning rhino and trimming elephant tusks isn't a practical solution and neither can be removed entirely without mortally wounding the animals. These animals deserve to livewithout fear of being captured for zoos or their ivory. Elephants for good luck There are different opinions as to if the elephant trunk should be up or down. Allen, head of the Elephants Without Borders population survey . Otherelephants in distress, stroking each others' heads with their trunks. Baby elephant enjoys a loving trunk massage!

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