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FAQ ON SIDDA ELEPHANT

How old do you think Sidda is?

Sidda is a young bull elephant whose estimated age is 35 years.

How is working with a wild elephant different from a captive or domesticated one?

Captive or domesticated elephants are accustomed to human presence and human touch, while wild elephants are generally wary of human beings. This can make

By |November 18th, 2016|Animals, Elephants, Rescue|0 Comments|
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    Injured Wild Elephant ‘Sidda’ Treated By Expert Veterinarians In India

Injured Wild Elephant ‘Sidda’ Treated By Expert Veterinarians In India

Injured and stranded for many days in the backwaters of Manchanabele Dam in Magadi, Karnataka, this was hardly the fate any majestic tusker could have hoped for. The locals residing in the Ramanagara district of Karnataka are no strangers to wild elephants as the dam built across the Arkavathy River is situated

By |October 27th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

A Webinar On Mohan’s Rescue

When Mohan’s story first entered the public domain, his plight captivated hearts everywhere – and people around the world became invested in ending the suffering of this wonderful elephant. Unfortunately, Mohan’s rescue wasn’t that simple, and it took nearly two years of fighting before we were able to get him to the safety of

By |October 18th, 2016|Animals, Elephants|0 Comments|

Update On Mohan’s Life After Rescue

Mohan gently lets his head sink below the cool water, loving the calming sensation of the water around him and the weightlessness of his body in the pool. His trunk pokes out from among the ripples at the water’s surface, like the snorkel of a diver, sucking in the crisp morning air. The pool

By |October 7th, 2016|Animals, Elephants, Rescue|0 Comments|
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    Miss Universe Great Britain Visits the Elephant Conservation & Care Center

Miss Universe Great Britain Visits the Elephant Conservation & Care Center

Earlier this month, we played host to Jaime Lee Faulkner-Miss Universe Great Britain 2016, who was on a four day tour to India and decided to pay a brief visit to our Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Mathura.

Going beyond pageantry and a life of glamour, Jaime is using her title to make a

Update on the Precious Four

After a lifetime in the circus, living in terrible conditions of abuse and neglect, four elephants named Goldie, Sylvie, Ruby and Pearl found themselves travelling in a pair of trucks to a temporary transit facility in Pune. Following a long, challenging rescue operation carried out by the District Collector of Pune, along with local police and officers of

By |June 28th, 2016|Elephants|0 Comments|

Webinar On The Rescue of Rhea Elephant

The month of April marked yet another milestone for Wildlife SOS since the launch of our Circus Elephant campaign in 2015.  Our team of experts and veterinarians embarked on an epic journey to rescue our 8th circus elephant – Rhea and bring her home to our elephant haven in Mathura. After spending nearly 53

Rhea’s Journey To Freedom

We’ve got some great news to share with you about Rhea, the circus elephant in Tamil Nadu who we’ve been trying to reunite with her sisters, Mia and Sita, at our center in Mathura. She has been rescued by our team and has been loaded on the truck safely, packed with loads of fresh

Rhea’s Life So Far In Captivity…

For nearly all 53 years of her life, Rhea has been a circus elephant, facing horrific abuse and neglect. Possibly poached from the wild as a calf, torn away from her family and herd, she spent the early childhood years of her circus life being beaten into submission, punished regularly and deprived of food

By |April 13th, 2016|Animals, Elephants, Rescue|0 Comments|

Ever Since Suzy: Continuing our Circus Elephant Campaign

05th February2015. Everything around her was darkness. She could hear scuffling, urgent whispers, and the low rumble of a large vehicle pulling up beside her. She could feel hands on her tiny body, reassuring her and easing off the chains that held her in place. But she couldn’t see anything, it was all dark.
The

By |February 9th, 2016|Elephants|0 Comments|
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