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Name  SIANGIKI SIANGIKI - Adopt this Orphan
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Location Rescued
Gender  Female
Date of Birth  Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Location Found  Narok
Age on Arrival  15 months old
Comments on Place Found  Found on her own in the Narok area
Reason for being Orphaned  Reason Unknown

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    From the front lines, this short film tells the ongoing story of the elephant poaching crisis in Kenya and the work of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) to protect the species.

    At the current rate elephant poaching, with an estimated one elephant killed every 15 minutes for its ivory, a lack of action could see the loss of wild elephants in Africa by 2025.

    You can play a part in saving the elephant and the time to act is now - there is so much we can do. Begin by getting involved here: www.iworry.org

    You can help further by donating online to support the Orphans’ Project and the Anti-Poaching efforts of the DSWT.

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