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Elephants recognize themselves in the mirror!?! Check out our brand new Youtube series on the latest scientific findings about animal behavior. Our first episode features our very own elephants! http://bit.ly/1spFNoA

Elephants recognize themselves in the mirror!?! Check out our brand new Youtube series on the latest scientific findings about animal behavior. Our first episode features our very own elephants! http://bit.ly/1spFNoA

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Elephants grazing in Lake Amboseli, Amboseli National Park, Kenya - George Steinmetz, National Geographic

It's Happening! Our T-Shirt and Hoodie Campaign is LIVE!   This three-week campaign with Bonfire is happening now, and we don't want you to miss it! Every item sold helps to support our elephant behavior research and conservation education programs.   There are some awesome color options and styles available (you can choose between different versions for adults and children, t-shirts and hoodies!), so wear or gift some fantastic Think Elephants swag today!

Think Elephants' shirts in support of research, education and elephant conservation. Since Think Elephants International has been working to educate young people.

Check out this week's blog about hybrid animals, including Motty the hybrid elephant!

Motty was the only proven hybrid between an Asian and an African elephant. He was named after George Mottershead, who founded the Chester Zoo in

PROTECT ALL WILDLIFE on Twitter: "#FridayFacts 30 Amazing Elephant ...

PROTECT ALL WILDLIFE on

PROTECT ALL WILDLIFE on Twitter: "#FridayFacts 30 Amazing Elephant ...

Check out this NYT article about our recent paper coauthored by students from the East Side Middle School!

Young Students Contribute to Study of Elephant Behavior

Check out this NYT article about our recent paper coauthored by students from the East Side Middle School!

Did you know that you can estimate an elephant's weight by measuring its chest girth? Learn more here. --Think #Elephants International

Did you know that you can estimate an elephant's weight by measuring its chest girth?

Namibia deploys drones on anti-poaching patrols as Chinese syndicates deplete rhinos, elephants

Namibia deploys UAVs for anti-poaching operations Written by Oscar Nkala, Wednesday, 10 September 2014 A Falcon UAV.

‎Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia, the world’s biggest travel magazine brand, came to have a 'Last Look' at the Golden Triangle's Think Elephants International guest educational experiences http://twitter.yfrog.com/nfhzsp Shared by

‎Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia, the world’s biggest travel magazine brand, came to have a 'Last Look' at the Golden Triangle's Think Elephants International guest educational experience!

AWWWWW!  That's way cute!

3 week old baby elephant plays in the mud at the zoo in Munich and face-plants but gets up quickly and continues his playful journey. Awwwwww look at his little happy face in the top pic :'}

Elephants "snorkel" as they cross the Zambezi River. Image Source: Burrard-Lucas Wildlife Photography

Will Burrard-Lucas Has Taken Some Of The Most Stunning Wildlife Photos We've Ever Seen

Make Your Own Sparklers - Experiment with different chemicals to create different colors

How to Make Your Own Homemade Sparkler

Papua New Guinea: This country has some of the highest levels of marine biodiversity in the world — including pygmy seahorses, reef sharks and tropical fishes — but is considerably less impacted than other areas in the region. - http://blog.conservation.org/2014/01/10-marine-areas-we-must-protect/

Papua New Guinea: This country has some of the highest levels of marine biodiversity in the world — including pygmy seahorses, reef sharks and tropical fishes — but is considerably less impacted than other areas in the region. - http://blog.conservation.org/2014/01/10-marine-areas-we-must-protect/

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