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One of our favourite pictures is of all the orphans in their brightly coloured blankets traipsing home after a day out in the park.

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust presents an exhibition of pictures taken by three of the world's most celebrated wildlife photographers – Joachim Schmeisser, Michael Nichols and Robert Carr-Hartley

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Elephant Orphanage

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Elephant Orphanage - my dream vaca would include a visit to this - my favorite charity that saves elephants, rhinos, giraffes and more.

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At the current rate of Elephants being slaughtered for their tusks to make 'Ivory'- it is forecasted that we could see the end of wild elephants across…

Daphne and an orphaned elephant in the trust’s early days. Copyright The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust 2013.

Elephant Daphne Sheldrick / first person to hand rear baby elephants successfully / amazing woman

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David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Nairobi Picture: All this meet and greet is thirsty work! - Check out TripAdvisor members' candid photos and videos of David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

We rescued #Ndotto in 2014, when he was just 48 hours old. He’s had an infectiously cheerful personality since day one, and loves to make everyone — human and elephant — happy. We can usually find him roping a fellow orphan into a game or running up and down the rope cordon to greet visitors! Help this special little elephant grow by fostering him today. Visit: ►thedswt.org/ndotto◄ (link also in bio) • • • Image © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

We rescued #Ndotto in 2014, when he was just 48 hours old. He’s had an infectiously cheerful personality since day one, and loves to make everyone — human and elephant — happy. We can usually find him roping a fellow orphan into a game or running up and down the rope cordon to greet visitors! Help this special little elephant grow by fostering him today. Visit: ►thedswt.org/ndotto◄ (link also in bio) • • • Image © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

Please help support the work done at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in rescuing orphaned elephant calves.

Please help support the work done at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in rescuing orphaned elephant calves.

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