Hiroko - Elephants in Japan
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Years alone: 3


Hiroko the elephant has been alone at the Tennoji Zoo in Japan for 9 years since the death of her companion.


Hiroko’s mental state does not seem good. She is listless, and spends a lot of time swaying continuously—a common stress coping behavior seen in captive animals in poor conditions.


A sign on her enclosure suggest bullhooks and whips are using in her handling.



Coming soon: Information on who exactly to target in your petitions and outreach – to help Hiroko and the other solitary elephants in Japan.


Find out how you can start helping Hiroko now HERE