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  1. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's Successes in Treating Baby Elephants in Field Conditions and Returning them back to their Families - 9/18/2005

    It is always with a great sense of achievement that the Trust manages to assist an injured baby elephant, and after treatment by our Mobile Veterinary Unit, succeed in re-uniting it with its mother and elephant family again. (read more)

    The vet had to opearte in order to remove the snare The calf back on its feet after the snare is removed and the wound treated The calf is darted The snare embedded in the calf's leg and can't be removed without operating
  1. Remembering Kwali - 9/11/2005

    Death of Kwali. It was all just too much for this tragic little elephant rescued on the 6th September 2005 from community lands abutting the Shimba Hills National Reserve. (read more)

    Kwale dies on the 10.09.05 Kwale one year old, on the day of his arrival at the nursery one of the very few rare indigenous forest elephants from the Coastal tropical forest .
  1. Narripi's operation - 9/6/2005

    Today, we were all on edge, because the operation on Narripi’s hyena damaged trunk was scheduled for 2 p. (read more)

    Narripi just before the operation, but feeling the effects of the anesthesia Narripi falls asleep and is carefully laid down by the Keepers Operating on Narripi's hyeana torn trunk Narripi's trunk after the operation
  1. An orphan from Kwale is rescued - 9/6/2005

    They say that things go in threes and just a week after the rescue of little Narripi, at 2 a.m. (read more)

    Kwale Kwale legs are tied for the journey and he is lifted onto the hammock before being loaded into the Kwale is given his first milk in over a week A surprised Rapsu now has a new neighbour
  1. Narripi, rescued from a well in Amboseli - 8/30/2005

    There is a place, near the Tanzanian border, where the Maasai tribesmen have dug a shallow well to water their herds. (read more)

    Once the aircraft arrives at Amboseli the Keepers give the calf his first bottle of milk Narripi still on the plane but safely arrived in Nairobi Narripi rests, still pink behind the ears and underfoot The Keepers inspect the very painful wound to his trunk caused by hyena's

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