Posts Tagged ‘elephant population’
World’s first virtual elephant collaring!
By Dr Michelle Henley Elephants Alive achieved a world first during lockdown – a live virtual collaring, with more than 250 viewers tuning in from around the world to watch the collaring of two majestic bulls. Elephants Alive knows the drill when it comes to collaring elephants. With trusted vets like Drs. Joel Alves and…Read More
Dung and Rumbles – a day in the life of an Elephants Alive researcher
By Harriet Nimmo Trying to stuff a large, steaming lump of elephant dung into a small glass test tube was not quite what I’d expected, when I spent a day in the field with the Elephants Alive research team. The dung samples are preserved in saline, and the tubes taken back to the UK for analysis…Read More