OCTOBER 4, 2014: MARCH FOR ELEPHANTS WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS
On October 4th people in cities throughout the world will march as one voice to save Elephants and Rhinos. The countdown to their extinction has begun. Unless action is taken now, we will lose these majestic, highly intelligent, and emotionally sentient creatures FOREVER.
More than 35,000 elephants are being killed every year so their tusks can be carved into ivory trinkets. A rhino is slaughtered once every 9-11 hours for its horn. Their only hope for survival lies in an immediate end to the ivory and rhino horn trade (both "legal" and "illegal") and the chance to recover from decades of mass slaughter.
Please join the global march to call for an end to the killing and a ban on ivory and rhino horn before it's too late.
Lori Bergemann and all of us at Amara Conservation support the International March for Elephants and encourage everyone to get out and help save the elephant from extinction..
Posted by Retro Kimmer at 4:17 PM
Labels: Amara Elephant Blog, ANIMAL FUN
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