What do Dancing Bears, Performing Elephants, and Sacred Cows Have in Common?

Wildlife SOS! Founded in 1995 Wildlife SOS is one of the largest rescue and conservation charities in India. It works to protect animals and their habitats, resolve human-animal conflicts, study biodiversity, as well as to create alternative and sustainable livelihoods for communities that depend on wildlife for sustenance. Wildlife SOS conducts and assists research in veterinary areas, behavioral studies, reproductive physiology and other fields – in collaboration with national and international universities and organizations. Sacred cows, dancing bears, performing elephants and street-wise dogs are just some of the animals they help in New Delhi and in rural communities all over India. Wildlife SOS’s Co-Founders, Geeta Seshamani and Kartick Satyanarayan tell us about about their amazing work saving abandoned and abused animals, mitigating animal-human conflict, and providing necessary research for veterinary care in one of the most populous countries in the world.

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