Pangolin Rescue In Bangalore
  • October – November Round-up

It’s been a busy two months since our last update on all the life-saving work at the Bannerghatta Rescue Centre. It is a sad thing that we have seen a rise in the number of animals being rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. But we are also happy to tell you that we have been […]

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  • Heart to Soul

It takes a few minutes before you actually catch a glimpse of Aneesha once you enter her WRRC home at Malur, near Bangalore. We carried her favourite fruits and some jaggery as treats and shivered in the excitement of meeting her again. And suddenly, there she was ! For those who see her for the […]

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  • Wildlife are not pets

It is against the law to catch and keep wildlife. Almost all native birds and mammals are protected by the Wildlife (Protection) Act of 1972, and it is illegal for you to keep them. These laws exist because wild animals have special needs and it is difficult to keep them healthy and alive in captivity.

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  • A life of abuse and brutality

The capture and taming of elephants began in the Indus Valley more than 4,000 years ago and people have continued to capture, train and work them since that time. Captive Asian elephants are often referred to as domesticated, but this is an erroneous use of the term.

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Protect wildlife, protect nature.

Together we can change this world.