The “Banhine Bull”

Almost a year ago STS and Administração Nacional das Áreas de Conservação joined forces with Peace Parks Foundation and Elephants Alive to deploy the first ever Satellite collar on an Elephant in the remote Banhine National Park in southern Mozambique. The complicated landscape and dense forest made fitting the collar extremely challenging and unfortunately the Elephant went down in a life

STS introduces new methods in Human Elephant Conflict.

As part of our ongoing commitment to education here you see 2 students in Mozambique, who are studying our Human/Elephant Conflict methods making “Elephant Repellant.” This is completely natural and works well in deterring elephants from entering a specific area. Wildlife translocations, disease investigation, treatment of endangered species and research support are all components of

Elephant and Rhino Skin Suturing – An Update

The closure of large wounds in elephants and rhino is a substantial challenge for veterinarians.  This is especially true if there is no underlying bone that may be used to fasten dressings like elephant leather, which will protect the wound and keep it sealed for better healing.  The Saving the Survivors vets were the first

STS Vets cross crocodile infested waters to reach elephant with brutal leg snare

Elephant with leg snare

The border police called ANAC about an elephant that was seen on the Incomati River very close to the South African border, dragging a tree that was caught in a cable snare. The Saving the Survivors wildlife rescue team drove to the location, met with a group of local people that had been following the

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