The latest knowledge about elephants is important for scientists, conservationists and the interested public. Save the Elephants gathers all articles, stories and publications from the around the world and distributes them to subscribers as well as storing them in a free library on our website, creating a substantial resource for elephant enthusiasts all over the world.
Please note that this service reflects stories published on established news outlets, but Save the Elephants cannot guarantee the accuracy of any news story. In addition, we do not endorse any of the views expressed therein. We simply try to represent fairly what is in the media on elephants. If a reader finds inaccuracies in an article, we are happy to circulate corrections, if these can be verified.
Authors: J. Max Wyse, Ian C.W. Hardy, Lisa Yon, Mike Mesterton-Gibbons Journal of Theoretical Biology
Authors: Basavegowdanadoddi Marinaik Chandranaik, Beechagondahalli Papanna Shivashankar, Kunigal Srinivasa Umashankar, Poojappa Nandini, Papanna Giridhar, Somenahalli Munivenkatappa Byregowda, and Basavegowdanadoddi Marinaik Shrinivasa Emerging Infectious Diseases Research letter
Authors: Thitika Kitpipit, Kantima Thongjued, Kitichaya Penchart, Kanita Ouithavon, Wilaiwan Chotigeat Forensic Science International: Genetics Volume 27
By Fred Mukinda and Lucy Mkanyika, Daily Nation
Times of India
Syed Akbar, Times of India
Rohan Premkumar, The Hindu
Agence France Presse
Lucy Mkanyika, Daily Nation
Albertina Nakale, New Era
Amanda Watson, The Citizen
Sebastian Mhofu, Voice of America
Authors: John R. Poulsen, Sally E. Koerner, Sarah Moore, Vincent P. Medjibe, Stephen Blake, Connie J. Clark, Mark Ella Akou, Michael Fay, Amelia Meier, Joseph Okouyi, Cooper Rosin, Lee J.T. White - Cell Biology
Ed Yong, The Atlantic
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