Tears of the Giants, official trailer

The captive elephant industry has been abusive and hampers the social behaviour of elephants, much like the suffering the human mammalian species endures, when deprive of its bonds. Elephant slavery in its worst form of abuse has continued to thrive as a result of a wildlife criminal network in operation. The pains of abuse are reflected in the culture that promotes captive elephant slavery for commercial use and exploitation of Sri Lanka’s flagship species – that Sri Lanka as a nation has failed to recognize as priceless -- “in practice”.

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NatureTv news Justice for Animals 21 Oct 2019.

The Media Conference held in Colombo today against the recent Cabinet proposal to release illegal elephants in government custody to their illegal captors. The cabinet paper signed by the Prime Minister Mr. Ranil Wikremasinghe under PMO/CM/44/2019 dated 10 September 2019, with Wildlife Minister John Amaratunga and Minister Jayawickrame Perera, also proposes to withdraw the ongoing court cases or come to a settlement using the power of the Attorney General, to enter Nolle Presque.

The Press Conference was organized by Justice for Animals (J4A) a network of like minded animal welfarists, environmental organizations and wildlife advocates, under Sri Bodhiraja Foundation. The organizers condemned the said cabinet paper, as it is an attempt at political interference of national legislation and a violation of the Fauna and Flora Protection Ordinance particularly at a time when presidential elections are declared. They also demand the Government and respective heads of Government Agencies and the general public to stand for justice on behalf of the elephants who have become victims of smuggling, having been abducted and separated from their family herds in the wild.

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NatureTv news Justice for Animals

The Media Conference held in Colombo today against the recent Cabinet proposal to release illegal elephants in government custody to their illegal captors. The cabinet paper signed by the Prime Minister Mr. Ranil Wikremasinghe under PMO/CM/44/2019 dated 10 September 2019, with Wildlife Minister John Amaratunga and Minister Jayawickrame Perera, also proposes to withdraw the ongoing court cases or come to a settlement using the power of the Attorney General, to enter Nolle Presque.

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Global March for Elephants and Rhinos

MARCH AGAINST EXTINCTION On October 3rd and 4th, 2015 people throughout the world will march as one voice. Unless action is taken now, we will lose these majestic, highly intelligent, and emotionally sentient creatures FOREVER. More than 35,000 elephants are being killed every year so their tusks can be carved into ivory trinkets.

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