Definition of EEG

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The European Elephant Group is a Group of people that has collected data about elephants in Europe and America, published in five books, some of them are still available to obtain, and also in regulairy published seasonal documentations.

The books and seasonal documentations all have good value, and contains a lot of information.

During the 90s EEGs objective and unbiased perspective on elephant welfare may have been reduced, and EEG is today rather on the critical side against Free-contact care of elephants in captivity, and may eventually be categorized as an Animal Rights Activist Group.

Still, their documentions are very detailed, and mostly give unbiased information.

Their daughter organisation ELEFANTEN-SCHUTZ EUROPA e.V. is open for membership applications.

The first documentation from EEG The second documentation from EEG The third documentation from EEG The fourth documentation from EEG

Reference list Koehl, Dan, (2024). EEG. Elephant Encyclopedia, available online retrieved 20 September 2021 at (archived at the Wayback machine)

Sources used for this article is among others:

  • Dan Koehl

Selected publications
  • Haufellner, Alexander; Kurt, Fred; Schilfarth, Jürgen; Schweiger, Georg; Elefanten in Zoo und Circus, (EEG)

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