When the elephant died it took our lives away

The story of how an Australian elephant died and how we can save elephants from extinction has taken a tragic turn for the worse with news that a man who lived near the iconic zoo in New South Wales has died of a heart attack.

The death of Anthony Ridsdale, who was 65, came as a shock to his wife, Deborah, and the couple were all shocked by the news.

Mr Ridssey’s death has left his widow, Deborah Ridsdales, devastated and desperate to save elephants.

The Ridsdsons say their family is devastated and ask for privacy during this difficult time.

Anthony Rysdale (centre) and his wife Deborah (right) with their daughter Charlotte, who died after a heart problem.

Source: ABC News | Duration: 1min 44secTopics:human-interest,people,zoo-barrens-2400,newcastle-2300,parramatta-2150,vic,new-zealandFirst posted February 02, 2020 16:57:51More stories from New South Welsh

Elephant herds are thriving in the UK’s elephant grasslands

The elephants have been left with nothing but a bit of grass and a few trees in their home in the western Australian state of Victoria.

They can graze on the ground or stand on branches to eat grass.

A lot of people in the wild believe that the grasslands, which are dotted with tall trees, are the only habitat for elephants.

But now, after years of intensive logging, it seems that the animals are flourishing.

Some people in Australia have even called the area ‘elephant grasslands’.

Elephants graze in the grassland, with some even standing on the branches.

(ABC News)The elephants have not been able to feed on the grass because of the logging that has taken place in the past few years, and now they can only eat the grass, which has turned to an extremely sticky, thick, sticky substance.

“Elephant grasses are incredibly nutritious.

They are very high in protein, vitamins, minerals and fiber.

They’re very rich in protein,” said Dr Simon Ritchie, a wildlife ecologist with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).

“They’re also high in minerals like calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc.”

Elephant grasses, which have been cut down to make way for the logging, can contain more than a kilogram of meat and contain a large amount of protein.

(Wildlife Conservation Society)Elephancies can be found in more than 60 countries, but only the animals in Australia, where it is legal to kill them.

They have been extinct since the 19th century, but there are currently about 60,000 remaining in the country.

The area where the elephants graze is called Elephant Grassland and it is protected by the Wildlife Act, which was passed in 1901.

While some countries are trying to eradicate the elephants, the WWF says it is vital that they are not eradicated.

Dr Ritchie says there is a lot of misinformation about the species in Australia and the world.

In the past, it was believed that elephants were an invasive species, which had wiped out many animals and wiped out populations.

However, with the arrival of modern farming, it has been suggested that they have become a more important part of the ecosystem.

According to the WWF, the average life expectancy for an elephant is around 30 years.

Eleas ivory is used in jewellery, watches, antiques and antiques shops and is used to make rope.

(The Wildlife Conservation Foundation)Dr Rigo said it is the natural state of the elephants and the best place to be.

“They are a bit like a small, wild child that has never been taught to hunt or to do anything else,” he said.

“Their habitat is so amazing, there is so much grassland and they’re so resilient.”

The WWF is hoping that this area will become a protected area and will become an area of conservation for the elephants.