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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Each year, millions of wild animals are captured from their natural habitats or born into captivity, just to become pets. Our houses are no home for a wild animal. Learn how we’re tackling it
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