tapirs

Our Use of animalEO Oils to Support All Creatures At Elephant Sanctuary Brazil

This is Rana Bug getting her bug spray on  Sanctuary means nature, which includes bugs. Elephants can get ticks and mosquito bites on the areas that have soft, thin skin- so their entire underside, ears, neck, and face. And flies are just annoying, so they get a thorough spraying of two…...

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Update on Some Non-elephant Residents

    We wanted to give a little update on some of our non-elephant residents this weekend. For those that don’t already know, we do wildlife rehabilitation and release of indigenous species that were more commonly found in the area, but their population decreased with human development.  This program is…...

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Alma Update (The Tapir)

A little Alma update. First, the choice of photo. Many people want to know if Ian the rooster is still spending time with Alma. This photo was taken at 10 pm feed, so that’s a slightly blurry Alma, and in the background, on top of the fence, is Ian. He…...

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Our Newest Wildlife Rehab and Release Resident

This is our newest wildlife rehabilitation and release resident. He is a male tapir, approximately 5 months old. We do not know his particular story, but many young tapirs that end up in the hands of the state agricultural agency are due to them being taken from the wild to…...

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An Alma Update

We wanted to give you an Alma update, but first the photo. This is what happens if she is awake and you try to take pictures. She doesn’t see, so she is all nose and has to come and smell everything. For those who don’t know, Alma is a lowland…...

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Update On Alma, The Tapir

We wanted to do an update on Alma. But before we get started, for those who don’t know, Alma is an unreleasable tapir that was brought to us for rehabilitation and release. She is not releasable because she is blind and has seizure episodes (we believe due to being hit…...

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