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THE LITTLE ACTION IMPACT
On the 2nd of January 2019, Sheldrick Trust was asked to rescue an orphaned baby elephant, observed alone and struggling within the Ripon area in the Masai Mara. The little calf was close to a homestead. The community had reported her presence to the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), who had gone to the scene had ascertained that the baby was indeed alone and orphaned before contacting the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Later on, Sheldrick Trust was asking for supporting Lorra, and I chose to offer her life and hope
Now, Larro is still growing up knowing the unconditional love of a family and gaining great support from a herd’s worth of nannies, siblings, and friends who are eager to do their part.
LITTLE LARRO IS ADORED FROM TRUNK TO TAIL!
Elephants are among the world’s most intelligent, sensitive, and social animals, possessing empathy and family values. They live in close family groups that, over the years, have been torn apart by an epidemic of poaching across Africa that is fuelled by a growing demand for ivory. Tens of thousands of African elephants continue to be killed each year for their tusks.
All Lives Matter
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