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Adopt an Elephant

Help these giants of the jungle when you adopt an elephant in association with the People’s Trust for Endangered Species. By joining in with these elephant adoption scheme you’ll be helping to support the important work being carried out in India to help protect the resident Asian Elephants.We’ve long been aware that the majestic Elephas Maximus is endangered. Over the years lots of important conservation work has been carried out in areas that are home to both African and Asian Elephants changing attitudes on ivory hunting and the destruction of natural habitats. In the case of the Asian Elephants you’ll be supporting population numbers have gone up. That in itself is great news but the work doesn’t end there…The original reserve areas secured for elephants are now often too small for the number of resident elephants. This puts them in conflict with the local communities who naturally want to protect their agriculture. The PTES’s emergency work at the Mayurjharna Elephant Reserve in India for example revolves around mapping routes that the elephants use for migration. That means the seasonal movements of these magnificent mammals can be charted enabling the PTES researchers to work with communities to advise on where and when to plant crops.By buying an elephant adoption pack you will be financially aiding this important work on the ground that will enable the elephant population and the human population to live in harmony securing everyone’s well-being and future. And your elephant adoption pack will be a constant reminder of this. In it there’s a whole host of goodies related to all things elephant. One of the biggest questions is neatly answered with a poster detailing the differences between African and Asian Elephants. (In case you were wondering apart from living on different continents. it’s all to do with the size of their ears!). Then there are loads of facts and figures about elephants for your to pour over. And once you’ve completed and sent off your elephant adoption registration form you’ll received your personalised certificate. It takes a huge amount of human effort and cost to aid and protect elephants so by purchasing an adopt and elephant tin from IntotheBlue not only will you be making someone who loves these creatures very happy you’ll also be making an elephantine contribution to the conservation scheme and research project in Asia – and we’re sure that’s something these elephants will never forget!

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