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Land of a Million Elephants.

Laos was once the Land of a Million Elephants, but is now home to less than 500 in the wild. Help save and protect the elephants of Laos, one T-shirt at a time.

$30 each

(tax included)

All of the proceeds from the T-shirts will be going to support the elephants at Elephant Village Sanctuary, Laos.

Available in unisex sizes Small, Medium & Large.

To order your T-shirt, email me at curatedflair@gmail.com

With a long history of war, trading ivory, and the expansion of settlement and agriculture, there are now less than 500 wild elephants throughout this small Southeast Asian country. This number continues to decrease. Today, elephants are still subjected to the logging industry and elephant camps where they are treated poorly and are often in distress, which leads to the inability to reproduce.

I had the chance to spend time with this beautiful elephant at Elephant Village, where they focus on saving the elephants of Laos that are stuck in these harmful industries, and injured by land mines left over from the war.

I’ve always been moved by the beauty of elephants, and the way they portray power, strength, wisdom and family, but that day my love for these amazing animals grew deeper. I'm still in awe from the moment I touched my head to her trunk, and I will never forget the feeling of being so close to such a beautiful and gentle animal.

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Elephant Village gives rescued elephants a safe and secure home where they are free from abusive work, and cared for by professional handlers and veterinarians. The sanctuary also supports indigenous people by giving them employment under fair social circumstances.

By purchasing a T-shirt, you are helping to provide a brighter future for these magnificent animals.

$30 each

(tax included)

All of the proceeds from the T-shirts will be going to support the elephants at Elephant Village Sanctuary, Laos.

Available in unisex sizes Small, Medium & Large.

To order your T-shirt, email me at curatedflair@gmail.com

 

 

To read more about my adventure to Laos, click below.