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    • Chantecaille

      The threat to elephants from ivory poachers is greater than ever with an estimated 38,000 African elephants killed annually - a rate that left unchallenged would see elephants wiped out by 2025! Help save them from extinction by adopting your very own orphaned baby elephant for only $50 a year via www.DavidSheldrickWildlifetrust.com 5% of all palette proceeds will be donated to the DSWT charity and their efforts

    • Stacie Shelman

      the david sheldrick wildlife trust does amazing work rescuing orphaned elephants and rhinos - so in need especially now with the demand of ivory surging poaching is making and more baby elephants orphans - they do amazing work

    • Michelle Feeney

      Adopt an Orphaned Elephant The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust What a wonderful gift this would #wild animals| http://wildanimals270.blogspot.com

    • Meghan Minter

      The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, the elephant orphanage I visited in Kenya...it was the day I got to pet a baby elephant.

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