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Elephants never forget, so the orphans will remember those particular individuals who replaced their lost elephant family during infancy and adolescence and will trust and love them for life.  This is my dream job.

Raising Elephant Orphans At the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust each baby orphan wears a blanket to comfort them.

baby elephant getting help at David Sheldrick Wildlife fund. Well worth your dollars to help these little guys!

All aboard for Nairobi elephant orphanage: Shukuru is rescued (Tsavo East National Park, Photograph: David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Protector of the Giants photographic exhibition

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Elephants In Easter Attire. Enjoy this adorable picture of elephants looking their Easter best from

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I broke my baby elephant’s heart: Daphne Sheldrick has dedicated her life to elephants, but she’s learned the hard way that they really do never forget

Dame Daphne Sheldrick of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Has saved so many orphaned elephants that were orphaned as a result of the ivory trade.

Dame Daphne Sheldrick (of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust) has saved many orphaned elephants, left without parents due to the ivory trade.

Recently rescued Barsilinga is making steady progress at the Nairobi Nursery. Spending his days out and about in the bush with all the other orphans.    From today you can contribute to sweet Barsilinga's care by fostering him - become a part of his extended human family and get monthly updates on his progress via email. http://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/asp/orphan_profile.asp?N=270

Our foster elephant, Barsilinga, from Sheldrick's Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi

Young elephant with young blood long-hIred Safari lady & looks like a Grandma

Young elephant with Dr Dame Daphne and her daughter Angela at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

The Elephant Orphans' Project in Action - Kilaguni's story!    Kilaguni came to the Nursery in May 2009 when just 5/6 months old, minus his tail and with hindquarters and legs chewed by the hyenas who came to feast on the body of his poached mother. Thanks to our team of keepers, and the support of donors, Kilaguni's come a long way in our care http://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/updates/updates.asp?ID=427

A haven for elephant orphans, rhinos and other animals. Read about our work on elephant conservation, anti-poaching resource and everything else about elephants.

Kinango is one of more than 150 orphaned Elephants that have been fostered at the orphanage since its founding in 1977.  African Elephant named Kinango bonded with retired professional basketball player Yao Ming on the athlete’s visit to Daphne Sheldrick’s Elephant Orphanage in Kenya

As new Yao Ming film launches, African Wildlife Foundation, WildAid, Save the Elephants and Animal Planet are calling on the public to do its part to end the ivory poaching crisis.

Mrs. Sheldrake 50 years of hands on devotion ♡ now 80 and still Africa's Elephant Queen - YouTube

Dame Daphne Sheldrick, DBE is a Kenyan author, conservationist and expert in animal husbandry, particularly the raising and reintegrating of orphaned elephants into the wild for over 30 years.

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