Pamper an Elephant
Many people are surprised to learn that elephants are social animals that have their own community and customs. They are smarter than most people image as well due to having large brains that let them have incredible memories and store experiences such as droughts, migration routes, and the best feeding places.
In the video to the left, an elephant shows just how smart they really are as he paints a picture of himself.
Elephants are also know for creating strong family units and can communicate over long distances.
Work with elephants by helping to feed them, and making sure they stay healthy. Work in the beautiful Sri Lanka at the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. This orphanage is a breeding sanctuary for rescued, injured, and abused wild elephants. It was established by the Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1976 with a focus of providing care and protection to many orphaned elephants found in the jungle. Taken over in 1978 by the Department of National Zoological Gardens, there are now 84 elephants in a developed breeding program.