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Elephants in captivity

Ros Clubb

Elephants in captivity

by Ros Clubb

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Humane Society Press in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elephants,
  • Captive wild animals,
  • Animal welfare

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRos Clubb & Georgia Mason ; with an essay by Lisa Kane and Debra Forthman.
    ContributionsMason, Georgia.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL737.P98 C58 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3292424M
    ISBN 100965894290
    LC Control Number2004010389

      Today, one third of the world’s Asian elephants—numbering roug—live in captivity. Some are housed in zoos or research . There is no denying that baby elephants are incredibly cute and this makes them a big draw for tourists. However, a truly elephant-friendly venue should not be breeding elephants into captivity. With the exception of orphanages that rescue abandoned baby elephants, there should not be baby elephants in a captive environment.

    The Elephant in Captivity. By W. Henry Sheak. Twenty years ago the old Forepaugh-Sells show carried two African elephants, a male and a female. They were both of low intelligence and vicious disposition. Frequently the keepers had to hitch an Indian elephant to one of the African elephants to pull it on or off the train. They always had to be. This books reveals what most people -- who have ever cared to ask -- know what is involved in keeping and maintaining elephants in captivity. This author's behind the scenes look at the inherent cruelty involved in most elephant related training practices is especially applicable when elephants are trained for rides and circus type acts (even if it is not called a circus).

    Breeding elephants in human care is increasingly viewed as a means of maintaining important populations as “insurance” against environmental or anthropomorphic catastrophe. Globally, there are about 1, African elephants in human care, mostly in zoos, and upwards of 16, Asian elephants in zoos, circuses, sanctuaries, logging and.   Elephant Journey is a great book, and I see a lot of value in it. Alohamora Open a Book. Put this one on display to attract a wider audience and recommend to kids and adults who like elephants and want to learn about their plight in captivity. Youth Services Book ReviewAuthor: Rob Laidlaw.


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Elephants in captivity by Ros Clubb Download PDF EPUB FB2

Historically, elephants have never bred well in captivity and, consequently, a continuous supply of elephants captured from the wild was needed to maintain or increase the captive stocks.

The off take of Asian elephants from the wild was historically so great that elephant populations on the subcontinent of India were locally depleted. Elephant Journey: The True Story of Three Zoo Elephants and their Rescue from Captivity by Rob Laidlaw is a great non-fiction picture book.

That means it is a great book with true facts, but it reads like a story. I give Elephant Journey out of 5 Stars; to be honest that is a pretty impressive score from me/5(6). “Captivity,” Judge John L. Segal wrote in his opinion, “is a terrible existence for any intelligent, self-aware species, which the undisputed evidence shows elephants are.”.

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This site is like a library, Use search box. Below you will find our answers to some of the many questions that often are raised about the well being of elephants in zoos. The foundation for our expertise is decades of research and observations on the behavior of elephants under a broad range of situations in the wild - together with significant experience with elephants in captivity.

Elephants of Thailand: Elephants in captivity book Smiling Elephant (): (recommended ages ) A touching true story Chang, a baby elephant, and his adventures as he is Elephants in captivity book from captivity.

The Smiling Elephant tells a true story of the plight of elephants in captivity. There is plenty of evidence to suggest that elephants in captivity are more likely to become aggressive than those in the wild. This is a fact that just doesn’t sit very well with many people.

They feel that elephants are too intelligent to be ordered around and to spend time chained up. Keepers of the Ark is the true story of R. Ryans experience as an elephant keeper at the San Diego Wild Animal Park during the mids. It follows the daily life of not only the author, but also the elephants at one of the most prestigious facilities in the country.4/5(9).

The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee exists to – provide captive elephants with individualized care, the companionship of a herd, and the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe haven dedicated to their well-being – educate the public of the complex needs of elephants in captivity and the crisis facing elephants in the wild.

There once were about species of elephants, reaching back across 60 million years. Today, only three remain, and their survival is not certain. An Elephant In The Room: The Science and Well-Being of Elephants in Captivity, authored by experts from around the world and astride many disciplines, brings a new voice to assist their future.3/5(1).

This unit will provide information about the physical, behavioral and social needs of elephants. Students will explore the behaviors of elephants in the wild including family structure and relationships, home ranges, and diminishing habitat.

Students will compare this to the lives of elephants in captivity. The underlying goal will be to help students better understand elephant. The inadequacies for elephants in captivity will always be a source of disease and suffering for elephants. Cramped enclosures and hard surfaces cause a variety of problems, including deadly foot disease and arthritis, infertility, obesity, and abnormal repetitive behaviors such as swaying and head bobbing.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Adams, Jack, Wild elephants in captivity. Carson, Calif.: Center for The Study of Elephants, © Breeding elephants in captivity has been a colossal failure. For every elephant born in a zoo, another two die—yet zoos continue to breed elephants in an effort to churn out more “cash cows.” According to an in-depth report by investigative reporter Michael J.

Berens, the overall infant-mortality rate for elephants in zoos is an. An Elephant in the Room: The Science and Well-Being of Elephants in Captivity.

She received her doctorate in psychology from UCLA and is the author of numerous articles and book chapters addressing theoretical and applied animal behavior.

Lisa Kane, JD, a practicing attorney, began her legal career as counsel to the Wisconsin Department of. There are many programs in place too that evaluate the impact that captivity has on elephants. The goal is to keep them as safe and as happy as possible.

By carefully comparing their behaviors in captivity to those of elephants in the wild we can gauge how well we are doing. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

In today’s In Depth story, staff writer John Wilkens explores the controversy surrounding keeping elephants in captivity. Wilkens discusses how he reported the story.

Caring for male elephants in captivity is a challenge at best. Attempts to provide a quality of life within the parameters dictated by their captivity produce poor results. Their size, natural tendency toward dominance and drive to breed, combined with their innate wildness, is a recipe for disaster in a captive situation.

Elephants born in captivity are restrained by a chain that attaches one leg to a metal spike driven into the ground. This prevents them from roaming. They become accustomed to the fact that, as long as the chain and spike are next to them, they are unable to move.

As they grow older, their minds Continue reading "Elephants In Captivity". No, it was designed to be a private area for the elephants, although it may be possible for visitors occasionally to see elephants enjoying their habitat from the Emerson Zooline Railroad. The Saint Louis Zoo’s vision includes elephants in the world’s future forever, both in zoos and in the wild.African elephants are a keystone species, meaning they play a critical role in their known as "ecosystem engineers," elephants shape their habitat in many ways.

During the dry.Posts about Elephants in Captivity written by Mischenko. Earlier this year I read a few books about an elephant named Tarra.

The first one I read was titled Tarra & Bella written by Carol Buckley. It’s a book about an elephant (Tarra) and the unlikely relationship she had with a dog named Bella at The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee.