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Elephants

Fight Poachers

Despite laws ensuring their protection, many species of African wildlife are still being poached.

IFAW supports training in Uganda that leads to the arrest of illegal wildlife traders, and partners with the Lusaka Agreement Task Force, an agency targeting the syndicates behind trafficking.

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Amazing Elephant Rescue

A mother elephant made a harrowing rescue of her baby after digging for 11 hours straight. Watch her incredible feat of strength here »

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Help Save the Bat From Extinction

Without bats, our world would be significantly different - for the worse. The more than 1,300 bat species consume vast amounts of insects, including some of the most harmful agricultural pests. Bats pollinate crops and even help to fertilize crops with their guano, the richest known fertilizer. However, over 1,000 species of bats are currently threatened with extinction, mostly because of human activity.

We must do what we can to save endangered bats, so they can continue helping us!

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