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Gyles Mackrell's 1942 footage shows how he led rescue of refugees from the Japanese invasion of Burma
Mackrell, a 53-year-old tea exporter in the Indian province of Assam, hurried the convoy of about 20 elephants and their handlers to the river – a journey of more than 100 miles through jungle, braving leeches – in less t...
2011-11-26   Cambridge, United Kingdom Category: people

Anybody Remember Sabu, The Elephant Boy?
The movie sound stages of London and Hollywood are a long way from Karapur, Mysore City, India where Sabu Dastagir was born on 27 January 1924. Sabu’s father, who was in the service of the Maharajah of Mysore, died when Sab...
2009-09-11   Hollowood, United States Category: people

Paradise discovered. A tourist boom is on in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands thanks to a government drive to showcase them.
STANDING on the beach, Yevgeniya watches wide-eyed as Vijayakumari, a seven-year-old elephant, hauls logs of wood up a slope and on to a platform from where they are rolled down. The young Ukranian had come on a tour of the i...
2007-12-03   Chennai, India Category: misc

Animal behaviour: Rogue elephants attacks
Attacks by elephants on humans, both in Africa and India, have been increasing dramatically in the past five years. As villagers tell of 'revenge raids', scientists argue that loss of habitat and social structure is seriously...
2006-10-12   Delhi, India Category: conflict

An Elephant Crackup?
Were not going anywhere, my driver, Nelson Okello, whispered to me one morning this past June, the two of us sitting in the front seat of a jeep just after dawn in Queen Elizabeth National Park in southwestern Uganda. We’d ...
2006-10-08   Los Angeles, United States Category: wild

Future for Asian elephants looks bleak: With the highest population density in the world, the habitat for elephants in Asia is shrinking rapidly
Cooped up in just 5% of its former living space, the future of Asia's elephants is looking increasingly bleak. Latest estimates suggest that with the wild population down to fewer than 50 000 animals, the Asian species is now...
2006-02-16   Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Category: conservation

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