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There's no pride in elephant rides

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Elephants at Amer Fort (also known as Amber Fort) in Rajasthan, India, are often controlled with bullhooks which cause wounds and scarring. They carry heavy seats for tourists to sit on, which aggravates injuries and causes them severe muscle strain.

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World Animal Protection has moved the world to protect animals for more than 55 years.

How We Protect Elephants

With offices in 13 countries, World Animal Protection works to give animals a better life. The organization’s activities include working with companies to ensure high standards of welfare for the animals in their care; working with governments and other stakeholders to prevent wild animals from being cruelly traded, trapped, or killed; and working for the better treatment of farmed animals.

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End Elephant Rides

Elephants at Amer Fort (also known as Amber Fort) in Rajasthan, India, are often controlled with bull hooks which cause wounds and scarring.

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Eat Less Meat

A great way to continue helping farmed animals daily is to eat more plant foods and fewer animal proteins. The immense scale at which we are producing and consuming meat today has negative implications on our health and the planet.

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End the Superbugs

Antibiotics are now ineffective in treating infections. Over 700,000 people are falling into the trap of death due to superbugs/AMR. The strains of bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi resistant to antibiotics are called superbugs.

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