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World Elephant Day: Statement from World Animal Protection

August 13, 2019 Responsible Tourism No Comments Email Email

Ben Pearson, Head of Campaigns Australia at World Animal Protection said: “This World Elephant Day we want to remind travellers that you can see elephants in an ethical way. There are many organisations that allow visitors to see elephants in a humane and natural environment. At genuinely elephant-friendly venues, tourists are not in direct contact with elephants, and instead, get to watch them move freely. If you can ride or touch an elephant, or watch it perform, chances are the elephant has been subjected to cruel training and is living in poor conditions. See them in the wild where they belong.”

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