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    Photograph by Michael Nichols An orphan lies down for a post-feeding nap at the Nairobi nursery. Elephants, among the most intelligent creatures on Earth, may have no future without our help. National Geographic

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    An orphaned baby elephants lies down for a post-feeding nap at the Nairobi nursery. Photo by Michael Nichols.

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