On this Mother’s Day, here are three reasons why elephants make some of the best mothers.
Human Nature shares three stories from the past week that you should know about.
Conservation International released its “My Africa” virtual reality project to the world in seven languages.
Human Nature offers a behind-the-scenes look at the challenges and inspirations of filming “My Africa.”
Here are some of our favorite photos taken at the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary, with stories about the elephants and the caregivers who look after them.
On top of being amazing creatures, elephants actually make life better for all of us, sometimes in surprising ways.
Conservation International works to conserve wildlife while delivering justice to communities in South Africa.
“My Africa,” Conservation International’s (CI) third virtual reality project, has been selected to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, April 18-29 in New York.
Kenya’s Reteti Elephant Sanctuary — the first community-owned elephant sanctuary in East Africa — provides a place for injured elephants to heal and a home for elephants orphaned by poaching.
Elephants illustrate a core truth about conservation work: It must be done alongside local communities.