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Baby Rhino: "Maalim" by his stable door at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: The D.S.W.T. is dedicated to the protection and conservation of wildlife and habitats in Kenya. Best known for the rescue and hand-rearing of milk dependent orphaned baby elephants and rhinos; so that later they can be returned into the wild.

Baby Rhino: "Maalim" by his stable door at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: The D.S.W.T. is dedicated to the protection and conservation of wildlife and habitats in Kenya. Best known for the rescue and hand-rearing of milk dependent orphaned baby elephants and rhinos; so that later they can be returned into the wild.

The portulacaria afra (dwarf jade, elephant jade, spekboom) is native to South Africa where they are part of the African elephant's diet. So it was only fitting to add an elephant to the dwarf jade bonsai forests. Notice the resemblance of the plant's bark to the skin of the elephant. Just like in the wild.

The portulacaria afra (dwarf jade, elephant jade, spekboom) is native to South Africa where they are part of the African elephant's diet. So it was only fitting to add an elephant to the dwarf jade bonsai forests. Notice the resemblance of the plant's bark to the skin of the elephant. Just like in the wild.

Dok Gaew was barely two years old when he was left alone in the wild and rescued by staffers at the Elephant Nature Park. After some rehab, it was time for him to join a new herd.

Dok Gaew was barely two years old when he was left alone in the wild and rescued by staffers at the Elephant Nature Park. After some rehab, it was time for him to join a new herd.

Keira Knightley visiting the fantastic "David Sheldrick wildlife trust" in Kenya best known for the hand-rearing of orphaned elephants, so that they can return to the wild when grown. Photo Arthur Elgort Kenya 2007

Keira Knightley visiting the fantastic "David Sheldrick wildlife trust" in Kenya best known for the hand-rearing of orphaned elephants, so that they can return to the wild when grown. Photo Arthur Elgort Kenya 2007

Le sigh, how adorable are those baby elephants? (The cutie in the raincoat is called baby Shukura)

Le sigh, how adorable are those baby elephants? (The cutie in the raincoat is called baby Shukura)

The hotel in Bali that's home to 30 endangered elephants | Mail Online

No need to pack your trunk at this hotel! There’s a personal pachyderm for everyone because it’s full of endangered elephants

Such a beautiful animal!  This one's for you Lauren Schlaack if you are on Pinterest

Such a beautiful animal! This one's for you Lauren Schlaack if you are on Pinterest

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