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13 Jul

Latest from Daphne Sheldrick

A new generation of elephants is born

Ex-orphans Kinna and Ndara, who are now both living wild, have given birth to their first wild born babies! Named Kama and Neptune, they are among 25 babies born to ex-orphans that are bringing hope to Kenya’s elephant population.

Enkesha’s trunk begins to heal
After her trunk was nearly severed by a snare, Enkesha was flown to our Nursery for pioneering surgery. Thanks to round-the-clock care, she’s on the road to recovery and doesn’t let her injury getting the way of having fun – especially when splashing about in the mud bath!

This King of the Jungle can continue his reign

Without urgent treatment, this injured male lion would have continued suffering in agony as a rope snare tore into his right front leg. Luckily, KWS Vet Dr Poghon and the DSWT were on hand to fly to the scene and administer urgent treatment.

Anne Sanderson

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