Our @ivoryella shirts are in and we finally had a chance to wear these Beauties together!!! Love these cute shirts, so comfy, cute and fitting!!! We Most of all love the story behind this company! They will donate a portion of the proceeds to support the elephants!
Since my baby girl has broken her leg, this moma is pulling out all the goodies to help her thru this rough time! And to remind her of God's love story for her life!!!
Cherish the moments with the one you love. Just as a matriarch protects her baby calf, so will these perfect gifts. Perfect for any elephant lover. Each product is unique in there own way, they are all super comfy and feature the ivoryella logo to symbolize our commitment to elephant conversation. So, if you are going to a baby shower, there is no excuse for a perfect gift.
Start them young 💕🐘
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I ran, I sweated, I flew and hugged ele’s for the ele’s!! Amazing crowd and great support down there!! 😁😁 Thank you to all for your donations to this amazing elephant charity, I’m very touched you very kindly and generously gave to the #dswt We raised a lot and it was a great run! Surrounded by ele onsies, silly faces including mine🤓 we marched, jogged, ran and hobbled forth and I got to meet a cracking crowd of people who all are working very hard to raise money for this awesome charity! Great fun and all highly motivating! If any of you are at all interested or keen to donate I would love that 😊. There is time left but the page will be closed shortly. Please see details of the charity and to donate at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/SarahSouthgate. You can also text any small amount you would like to donate to 70070 with STHY65 and your amount. Thanks so much again, very humbled indeed. Over and out. #elephants#enormouselephantrun2018#dswt#savetheelephants#5kruns#africanelephant#charityruns
Meet Jan Jao. This 38 year old elephant was rescued by the Phuket Elephant Sanctuary in 2017. Jan Jao spent most of her life working for a logging camp until she was sold as an elephant for tourists. Luckily, the sanctuary was able to rescue her! She has been able to find the happiness that was stripped away from her during the years of working & mistreatment that she endured.
While visiting Phuket, I have seen some beautiful things, some weird things, some magical things & some very, very sad things. One of the sad things being the treatment of elephants in the tourism industry.
Thankfully, Thailand has a few wonderful elephant sanctuaries! It’s places like these that help to bring awareness of the inhumane treatment of elephants in the logging and tourism industry & who can also help to someday bring those to an end. I love elephants! ❤️🐘
#elephantsinthewilderness 🐘A number of years ago when I visited Sri Lanka all I wanted to do was go on an elephant ride! (Awful I know!) I was young and naive and it was all over Facebook at the time, people visiting Asia and pictured on the backs of these magnificent animals! But it’s wrong....It opened my eyes to the cruelty of it all and how I as a tourist was contributing to the industry! The following year I went to see elephants in the wild, in this picture the elephants are truly wild but they are tracked down by trucks full of tourists. I was one of ten trucks visiting the elephants. It’s a hard line, you want to see elephants but then you want to leave them be. It was only after the elephant ride and seeing them in the wild that I realised how selfish it is to promote such an industry for your own gain. #wildnout#appreciatingnature#elephants#regrets#wildanimal#banivorytrade#nature#travel#safari#wild#climateaction#savetheelephants#noridingelephants#education#teacher
This article, “Where Female Elephants Without Tusks Roam—And Poachers Stay Away,” by @rodnordland oph the @nytimes, is testament to how humankind has aphected elephants in a way that goes beyond decimating their populations. Poaching has actually led to genetic changes in phemale phants through the years, too. Phemale phants without tusks (originally uncommon within the species) now make up roughly 95% of the phemale phant population in the @addoelephantlodgeandsafaris #AddoElephantNationalPark . That’s because they’ve been less of a target phor poachers and therephore more likely to survive and pass on that gene. But tusks are the phants’ tools phor gathering phood, digging phor water, and phending oph predators—so they need them. This phenomenon, while it may be saving these phemales phrom poachers to some extent, is problematic to the species itselph. Recommend reading this article to learn more. Phind it in the @nytimes. Phenomenal photo by @finbarroreilly phor the #NYTimes .