By Naturenomics Team
Wed, 08/10/2016 - 06:38

If you've ever wanted to feel bad about your artistic skills, then allow us to introduce you to Suda, the incredibly talented painting elephant.

Trained to create these mini-masterpieces, Suda has been working on her talents ever since she arrived at MaeTaeng Elephant Park in Chiangmai, Thailand. While she gravitates towards painting

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By Naturenomics Team
Fri, 10/21/2016 - 09:57
Following the lead of their founder, world-renowned primatologist, conservationist and UN Messenger of Peace Dr Jane Goodall, Roots & Shoots Malaysia is working with local schools to create artwork from waste materials. Collaborating with Berjaya Youth (B. Youth) the "Wild For Arts" programme focuses on raising awareness of three endangered Malaysian species — green turtle, orang utan and the Asian elephant.
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By Archiver
Tue, 10/16/2018 - 13:35

Happy Birthday Faamai the ninth years old Elephant enjoy eating her birthday cake with Volunteers at Elephant Nature Park learn more : https://saveelephant.org

 

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By Naturenomics Team
Wed, 08/10/2016 - 08:17
The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton now has a painted elephant sculpture greeting its summer guests. Abstract expressionist Barbara Bilotta, a former Hamptons resident who now lives in Florida, painted the 123-pound sculpture to resemble her vibrant water pieces. She said the painted sculpture is meant to represent an elephant’s memory of water and how the oldest female of the herd, known as the matriarch, is in charge of finding water. “I’m known out here for my water pieces, so I figured I’d keep to that,” she explained. “When I researched them, that seems to be their major goal—they look for water, they hunt for water.”
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By Naturenomics Team
Fri, 10/21/2016 - 10:06

“Bidri” is a traditional metal handicraft from Bidar, a city in India. Nowadays Bidar-ware – is not only a tradition, but also one of the crafts embodying this enigmatic country. The thing is that these products are made in only one place in India, in Bidar. The current Bidar – a mediocre Asian town with narrow streets and houses of one or two floors of mud brick. People just sleep in these houses, and only in the rainy season and during the cooler months.

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