Exhibit: "Journey to Africa: Elephants"

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Exhibit: "Journey to Africa: Elephants"

Panel 1 of "Journey to Africa" Exhibit

Facilities may be able to host this exhibit for only the cost of shipping! (Courtesy of the Paly Foundation.)

This exhibit is available in two sizes and is made up of four panels printed on high-quality vinyl and includes stands (large version only).  

The title panel (pictured) is 5x8 ft., while the remaining three are 5x5 ft.  (In the smaller version, panels are 3x5 ft and 3x3 ft.)  See our Facebook page for current and past installations: https://www.facebook.com/PalyFoundation/photos/

Exhibit highlights include:

“Nature’s Farmers” Learn how elephant behaviors such as digging, grazing, and clearing the land, benefits the plants, animals, and people who share their habitat.  

Is your family like an elephant herd?  Elephants have complex emotional lives and strong family ties.  Take a “personality quiz” to see how similar your family is to an elephant herd.

The war on elephants.  There is a war raging over elephant tusks.  Learn how the ivory trade puts money directly into the pockets of terrorists, militia groups, and organized crime.  In fact, conserving elephants is considered “a must” for homeland security.

Can elephants recover?  The pace of elephant poaching quickens as the demand for ivory goes up.  Over 30,000 African elephants are killed every year, making the possibility of extinction real.  Learn what is being done to help elephants and what YOU can do here at home, to help.