environment

Work Begins

This month we started on the pre requirements for the proposed electric fence we plan on building during march.

The first step in providing a safe and healthy environment for the conservation center elephants in Seblat, North Bengkulu, Sumatra is to make sure there is a good food supply. The first step is to repair the fencing for the 2 hectare lot that was once a flourishing plantation of king grass of which the mahouts would readily cut klumps for overnight food for the elephants. Sadly the fence is in disrepair, which allows the wild pigs to get in and feed on crops and nothing much remains.

This will soon become the main food source to provide the elephants when they settle inside their home each night. Once all the holes are discovered and patched new crops will go in and soon flourish. Time to get to work…

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The Plastic Revolution

The Revolution

Single Use Plastics

Single Use Plastics

200 years ago was around the time of the industrial revolution. It changed the world and has shaped what we know as life today. We are now in the midst of a new revolution that will once again shape the world in the centuries to come,

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Sumatran Tiger Surgery, Environmental Disaster, Orangutans Rescued and Rhino Discovered…

Sumatran Tiger Undergoes Surgery at Sacramento Zoo

An endangered Sumatran Tiger in Sacramento Zoo is being operated on by a group of veterinary surgeons who are removing stones from its urinary tract. The group of surgeons comprises surgeons from the School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis and The University of California. The surgery began Tuesday morning, in which the doctors have planned to insert flexible thin tubes which will help in draining the urine from the tiger

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