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The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

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Re: The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

Post  Laikipia on Mon Feb 20, 2012 2:51 pm

You can never have too many eles Doogs Elephant behind

Just looked up our fifth orphan and it's Kainuk (who we foster as a birthday present for one of my oldest friends!

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Re: The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

Post  Anne-Marie1981 on Mon Feb 20, 2012 4:54 pm

Yep, you are right Lai Pai, you can never have too many Elephant behind Elephant behind Elephant behind Elephant behind

I've got:
Shimba - at Voi
Sities - nursery
Rombo - at Voi
Kithaka - nursey
Maxwell the rhino (well I fostered him for Chris) - nursery
We did have little Pesi but he passed away and we had Chaimu instead - at Ithumba

My mum has:
Dida - at Voi
Naipoki - nursery

and I fostered Kainuk for my boss as a thank you at Christmas Very Happy

On a sad note, their most recent rescue, Lumo passed away yesterday. So sad Sad

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