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AMBO : Elephant of the Week at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust : Too Cute

Name: AMBO

Date of Birth: January 2016

Age on Arrival: 4 months

Gender: Male

Reason For Being Orphaned: Stuck in Mud

Where: The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust… 1,236 more words

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Countdown to World Elephant Day & “Elevents” Abound : Show Your Support : Think of What You Can Do To Help Elephants

World Elephant Day is Tuesday 12 August 2016

“Elevents” (here are just a few of the events being held worldwide)

1)  Screenings are being held for the film (also available online) … 283 more words

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Like Linus Van Pelt of Classic Peanuts Fame Orphaned Baby Elephants at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Cherish Their "Security Blankets" Too

In much the same way that Linus Van Pelt , in the classic comic strip Peanuts by the late Charles Schulz, felt about his famous blue security blanket so do these sweet baby elephants of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust feel about their “ 606 more words

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ROROGOI : Elephant of the Week at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust : Growing Up Ele : Part 2

Growing Up Ele : Update on Rorogoi 

As with every orphaned elephant rescued by The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust there comes a time, or graduation day, when a new stage is reached by an elephant that brings her ( or him) closer to her (or his ) eventual release back into the wild. 620 more words

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ROROGOI : Elephant of the Week at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust : Growing Up Ele : Part 1

Name: ROROGOI

Date of Birth: Friday 12 August 2012

Age on Arrival:  14 months old

Gender: Female

Orphaned Because of: Poaching

Where:  The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust… 852 more words

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Giraffes & Elephants

Hi, everyone, YES, that’s ME being BFF with all kinds of giraffes and baby elephants in Nairobi!!! Yes, it was as amazing as it looks! 106 more words

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A Day in The Life: “Sometimes Naughty” Always Cute Orphaned Baby Elephants Enjoy Their Mud Baths in Their Sanctuary at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, Africa: American Travel Photographer Observes

What more could an elephant look forward to in life than a mud bath? And though there is a protective quality to the mud & volcanic dust, it shields them from the sun (cooling them down) & from the incessant bites of insects, most elephants extol its value more for the fun points it earns than as a beauty cream or salve. 599 more words

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