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Sheldrick Wildlife 2h
are some of the most dedicated mums in the world. After carrying their offspring for nearly two years, at birth, they'll continue to raise them for the first decade of their lives. Meet some of the babies born to orphans we've reintegrated at:
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PROTECT ALL WILDLIFE Aug 4
The Devil Personified! Trophy hunter Ron Thomson has shot more than FIVE THOUSAND . Thomson and two other hunters halved the elephant population in Zimbabwe’s Gonarezhou national park in a matter of minutes by killing 2,500 animals using military semiautomatic rifles.
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Sheldrick Wildlife 1h
Enjoy a browsing session with the orphaned at our Umani Springs Reintegration Unit. This is our newest centre for older orphans, many of whom have experienced significant trauma before their rescue. From here, they'll return to the wild.
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Juliana Aug 3
Funny. Baby coming to grips with meeting humans & vehicle maybe for the 1st time. So delightful to enjoy them alive & free rather than hunted, enslaved or trapped among concrete walls. Let's give the ultra intelligent the rights they deserve. 🎬Arnab Dey.
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Juliana 17m
falling during act. Some try to commit . are not meant to stand on tiny stools to enrich talent-less people in circuses. Their brain is more complex than ours. Video from
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krithika sivaswamy 22h
Ah ! Finally found this. Wonder which brands in India are elephant friendly.?
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Sheldrick Wildlife Aug 2
Wire snares can maim and kill animals. Usually set by bushmeat poachers to catch smaller animals, they can also be used to kill and other animals. This one has been removed before it can do any damage.
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Journal of African Elephants Aug 8
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VFAES Aug 7
We believe have the right to a natural life - free from shackles, , exploitation, and abuse. Help us help them:
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Sheldrick Wildlife Aug 6
Can you spot little Mukkoka's itsy-bitsy tusks starting to show through? He has spent a majority of his young life being cared for by humans, after rangers found him all alone. He's one of 262 orphaned that have been given a second chance:
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Sheldrick Wildlife Aug 4
They might be small but Larro & Maisha are big-hearted and show a natural inclination to care for the youngsters in the herd. They are both female who were orphaned when they were infants. Meet other orphans in our care:
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City's🐘 for Elephants & Rhinos Aug 6
More on the 🌀Pieter Kat - There is STILL no "official" statement on the cause of deaths. I do hope that the Director of Department of Wildlife & National Parks is keeping this in his "urgent" to-do box on his desk?↙️
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Sheldrick Wildlife Aug 2
With his ears outspread like satellite dishes, Mukkoka can't resist a game of chase. Be it a warthog, baboon or tortoise, all are considered fair game for a playful pursuit by the orphaned . Read more antics from our Nursery for orphaned animals:
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Journal of African Elephants 8h
Trophy hunter feels targeted — how ironic
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Goldy Santhoji 20m
at Corbett on the eve of . do you remember a shot you’d posted that uncannily looked like the 3rd pic? No fancy shots, sorry about that!
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Gentle Giants Non-Profit Aug 7
Let’s start the day off with a beautiful baby elephant article as, as you know here at we’re all about the 😍🥰😍
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Juliana 20h
**Graphic ** have the biggest/most complex brain of any land being but trophy hunter paid $50,000 to kill a young one (). Slowly dying, shot over & over. Why are we allowing to perpetuate monstrosities? Petition/details on:
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LizzyArt Aug 8
Trying to get this finished tonight 🤞🏻✍️
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Sheldrick Wildlife 23h
Feeling the heat? You’re not alone. Luckily the orphaned at our Voi Reintegration Unit have the perfect paddling pool in which to cool down 💧. Read more about our Water Projects which provides drinking water to wildlife in arid areas:
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Visit Gorilla Safaris 46m
HAPPY ELEPHANTS DAY Elephants are mammals of the family Elephantidae and the largest existing land animals. Three species are currently recognised: the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant, and the Asian elephant. 🌍
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