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Sheldrick Wildlife Jun 19
On a hot day, what can be nicer than a refreshing mud bath? This video was taken at our Umani Springs Reintegration Unit, specially built for orphaned suffering from lasting injuries so they can return to the wild one day. Find out more:
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jun 23
Luggard is a friend to all! He recently gave blind rhino Maxwell a 'trunk hug' when he stretched out his trunk to rub Max on the head, something we haven't seen the current Nursery do before! Stay abreast of current Nursery news by adopting:
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SCMP News 2h
Zimbabwe ready to sell to ‘anyone who wants wildlife’
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jun 21
It’s a bright and early start every day at our Nursery! At 6am the orphans and the Keepers walk out into the forest to begin ‘bush school’. Find out how we raise orphaned to be ready for a life back in the wild:
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A Travel Companion 7h
wildlife tourism: one small victory as walk to on Thai island of Koh Samui elephants Sri Nuan and Somboon walk to a sanctuary in Koh Samui, Thailand, their new home, their days of taking tourists on rides finally over.
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The Revelator Jun 21
Another Reason to Protect : Frogs Love Their Feet
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zoo inspector Jun 16
TERRIBLE ANIMAL CRUELTY IN INDIA TODAY Photographer saw ' screaming in agony' at wildlife reserve via
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Save the Elephants Jun 15
How many elephants can you fit on a beach? This entire herd of over 30 elephants tried to squeeze onto a small patch of sand recently in Samburu to drink at the river. There was a lot of jostling for position and loud trumpeting but eventually everyone got their turn.
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Pepsy Jun 23
FEARS for Facing 1,900 Mile Train-Journey in India - In 'HEATWAVE'!
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Kris Leichtenberg 32m
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Rebecca Tregear Jun 19
Elephant sketches with a regular graphite pencil. They are so much fun to draw!🐘
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jun 22
Hide and seek with Mukkoka! He’s one of the youngest male in our care & is an orphan. Read his unique rescue story:
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS Jun 22
Imagine you are just moving in your home and get hit by a train. A video where an is hit by a train & in agony. have such a weight that most of the times they die due to such collisions, few die after some days. Via WA.
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jun 19
The big boys club! are well known for living in matriarchal (female-led) social groups but males have a vital role to play in elephant society too, acting as patient teachers & passing on important genes to the next generation
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Rudolf Makubelo 6m
This is clear demonstrations for preperations prior to the big event between and the hard work always almost meets its perfect match Selfies VS Hard work
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Britannia PR 4h
Our favourite baby c giphy
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Save The Asian Elephants 3h
More evidence of abuse at Samutprakarn Zoo in Bangkok. Handlers have been filmed stabbing the to make them perform for . Please support STAE as we demand a ban on brutal Asian elephant holidays & sign our .
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j e s s ღ 5h
Beautiful hand made gift from Egypt 🖤
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Global Elephants Jun 15
Outcry over Joburg zoo's 'imprisonment' of two new
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Wingside Studios 3h
The group's of Death after 1 round of matches. Who is your favourite to come out of this game?
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jun 16
Although the orphaned at our Voi Reintegration Unit are taking steps towards an independent life in the wild, they are still babies at heart & you’ll find them running back to their human carers for their favourite time of the day – milk time! 🍼
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