Week 38: Endangered Elephants By Benny

Tens of thousands of elephants are being killed each year for their ivory and soon they might go extinct. A group of elephants decided to do something to end all this. Elephant poaching needed to stop.

The leader of the elephants, Cator, waited for all the other elephants to arrive. Then the elephant gave his speech:

“We are being killed for our ivory. This needs to stop. We must walk to the Global Sanctuary for Elephants and encourage the humans to help us in our quest. Together we can fight the poachers.”

Off they went to start their journey.

4 thoughts on “Week 38: Endangered Elephants By Benny”

  1. I like that you gave us a named protagonist (the lead character in a story) so that it was more relatable for the reader. I was wondering if there was anything else that the elephants in your story could do to stop the poachers. I know some places dye their tusks purple to make the ivory impossible to sell. Maybe your elephants could find some really sticky berries to rub on their tusks? I hope you right more about Cator and the elephants.

  2. I like your story… especially when you included a named protagonist (the lead character in a story; Cator). I wonder what other things the elephants in your story could do to stop the poachers. I’ve seen their tusks dyed purple to make them useless for carvings… maybe they could find some really sticky berries?

  3. Benny, I really love the way you turned the prompt for this 100WC into a call for action from the elephants. That was something I did not expect. Clever work.
    Mrs P, Team 100WC
    Wellington, New Zealand

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