Vietnam’s Dak Lak province is banning elephant rides, but more must be done to help shrinking popu …

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Awareness of elephant rights – or, rather, the wrongs suffered by elephants – is on the rise in Asia. Which isn’t saying much. According to conservation charity World Animal Protection (WAP), there are more than 3,000 pachyderms, including calves, being held captive at tourist attractions in the region, many of which are treated poorly for the sake of entertainment.“The animals are beaten into sub­mission when young and then forced to let travellers take rides on their backs and to perform…Want to know more on click here go to tour news source.

Awareness of elephant rights – or, rather, the wrongs suffered by elephants – is on the rise in Asia. Which isn’t saying much. According to conservation charity World Animal Protection (WAP), there are more than 3,000 pachyderms, including calves, being held captive at tourist attractions in the region, many of which are treated poorly for the sake of entertainment.“The animals are beaten into sub­mission when young and then forced to let travellers take rides on their backs and to perform…Want to know more on click here go to tour news source.

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