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The Wildlife Services agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture is currently being audited by the USDA Office of the Inspector General. But the killing continues.
Last week, Wildlife Services killed 23 wolves from a helicopter in daho. Urge the Secretary of Agriculture to put this to an end.
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Wild elephants are being captured and sold for their ivory or for tourism. Baby elephants are the most valuable commodities in elephant tourism, but they aren't required to be registered until they reach eight years old. Write to the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) in Thailand asking they enforce registration at birth.
For this baby elephant, learning how her trunk works is both the most frustrating thing and the most amazing thing in the world! Slowly learning to imitate her mother, this elephant is progressing from a baby and gradually transforming into an adult.