Save our Elephants

Every year we lose 8% of elephants due to poaching.  All because people want sculptures or believe that the tusks and horn act as a special cure or aphrodisiac. 

Its unnecessary and is losing an intelligent and graceful animal for human greed. The large tusks on either side of their face—used for foraging for food and water—have long been desired by people. The ivory trade is driven by consumer demand for products made from elephant tusks and supplied by a sophisticated international network of traffickers. Poachers kill this iconic species for its ivory tusks, which are then sold and made into anything from jewelry and crafts to musical instruments to religious objects. At current poaching rates, elephant populations may be extinct in the wild within our lifetimes. You can act and help stop this threat to all elephants.