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Sheldrick Wildlife Jul 18
Playtime for Tamiyoi & Musiara! These two orphan were rescued from different parts of Kenya but are growing up together at our Nursery for orphaned in Nairobi. Learn more:
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jul 20
Digging for water! These elephants were spotted by our pilot using their tusks to dig for water in the sandy riverbed, just one of many reasons why need their tusks:
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DRM APDJ 2h
While working 75742Dn today at 17.35 hrs, Sri H.D. Biwas, LP(Pass) & Sri Gautam Kr, ALP suddenly saw 12-15 crossing the Rly track at Km 162/1 btn AlipurduarJn- Rajabhatkhawa & controlled the train by applying Emergency Brake saving lives of Elephants.
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HandsOffOurElephants 9h
It's legal to sell mammoth ivory but it may allow poachers to hunt and sell their ivory as mammoth .
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Betsy🌹 Jul 20
Me trying to get through the week..😅
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Nuttawud Nutchanat 6h
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Tanya Sanerib 20h
Kenya is calling on the CITES to put on Appendix 1, which calls for total ban in ivory trade in the entire world.
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Shamanthk Jul 22
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M Jul 18
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jul 22
As if we didn’t have enough reasons to save from extinction, new research has found that if the species were wiped out, climate change could be accelerated with 7% more greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere:
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Deborah Lynn Jul 21
God has made some beautiful animals
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Safari Plains 3h
We're pleased to report that the famous towel have also been sighted at Safari Plains... a trademark welcoming touch that never fails to raise a smile!
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Global Analytica Jul 19
Vienna's Schoenbrunn zoo presents its latest addition.
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Sheldrick Wildlife 3h
The orphaned in our care drink upwards of 6 gallons of milk every day. SWT Keepers have feeding down to a science: they expertly mix huge quantities of our specialized milk formula & bring the orphans down in small groups so the whole process is organized and orderly!
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Global Elephants Jul 21
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Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting Jul 20
The people who murder - whether it’s for profit or for ‘pleasure’ - should ALL go to jail! RT if you agree!
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jul 20
The saying goes that never forget & our own experience has found this to be true. At our Nursery, Ngilai loved to play with Keeper Peter. This is the moment they met after a year apart!
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VeroniqueAubois Jul 19
! Little girl Mkhaya (born 09/26/2018) Baby don't really know what to do with their trunks.They swing them and sometimes even step on them.They will suck their trunk just as a human baby might suck its thumb. ©Véronique AUBOIS -
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jul 19
In June, we moved three orphaned from our Nursery to our Voi Reintegration Unit where they will begin to interact with wild herds & gradually gain their independence. Find out more:
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Sheldrick Wildlife Jul 18
Every day, our Keepers write daily diaries sharing the various antics of the orphaned in our care. Be among the first to read our newest diaries by joining our adoption program at:
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