Wildlife SOS has been primarily working on rescuing and rehabilitating captive wild animals in India since 1995 and we also strive to provide an alternate livelihood to communities who depend on wildlife for their income.

We have more than 10 wildlife rehabilitation centers in India which includes the largest sloth bear rescue centre in the world at Agra and the second largest bear rescue centre at Banerghatta in Bangalore. We have 23 elephants, 31 leopards, more than 300 sloth bears and various other animals under our care at the moment.

We are currently focused on rescuing over 50 elephants languishing in various circuses around India. We also work on tribal rehabilitation, habitat restoration, anti-poaching and run a wildlife rescue helpline along with several other active projects,



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