1. THE AFRICAN ELEPHANT NEEDS YOUR HELP!
    The Mission of The Mara Elephant Project:
    To positively impact the human-elephant relationship in the Mara/Serengeti ecosystem, while implementing an anti- poaching strategy to preserve and protect African elephants.
    The demand for ivory – especially in Asia – poses an extreme and ongoing threat to elephants across Africa. In spite of an international ban on the sale of ivory, some estimates suggest current trends in poaching could lead to the extinction of elephants in this millennium.
    But surprisingly little is known about elephant movements across their migration territories. To conserve and manage the elephant population, we need to know more about how they live.
    The Mara Elephant Project brings together researchers and conservationists in an effort to help secure the future of African elephants. The project’s plan is comprised of tracking elephants to better understand their movements and activating a Rapid Response Unit to quickly respond to conflict situations and poaching alerts. The Mara Elephant Project also engages the Mara community by teaching human-elephant conflict resolution methods and anti-poaching education – helping locals learn to live along side the elephant.
    When we work together, we can protect the irreplaceable biodiversity of our planet and have a far greater impact than any one of us can have alone.
    Find out how you can help at maraelephantproject.org.

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  2. In Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, elephants are in crisis: Years of civil war and ivory poaching have left them frightened and hostile towards humans. In a new National Geographic Television film, the world foremost elephant researcher Dr. Joyce Poole in a documentary with her brother, cameraman Bob Poole, works to build trust and retrain the animals away from their violent behavior.

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  3. Bob Poole Compilations on Camera Sequences

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  4. It was said to be "the place where Noah left his Ark." Lush floodplains in central Mozambique packed with wild animals and more than 500 species of birds.
    The legendary Gorongosa National Park was filmed by Bob Poole of National Geographic. The amazing documentary produced by James Byrne "Africa's Lost Eden" tells the story of the extraordinary efforts of conservationists fighting to restore the park and replenish the animal populations. This is a the Tourism Promo created with footage from the film.

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  5. In Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, elephants are in crisis: Years of civil war and ivory poaching have left them frightened and hostile towards humans. In a new National Geographic Television film, the world foremost elephant researcher Dr. Joyce Poole in a documentary with her brother, cameraman Bob Poole, works to build trust and retrain the animals away from their violent behavior.

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