Tag: "Kenya"

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Poachers in Kenya Kill an Entire Family of 12 Elephants

One of Kenya’s most luscious green ecosystem and national park tragically turned into a morgue when rangers discovered 12 elephants of a family butchered by poachers last weekend. The tragedy occurred at Tsavo East National Park and included the killing of adults as well as baby elephants.

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Rhinos and Elephants of Africa Worst Hit in 2012

The year 2012 has not brought any happy endings for the rhino and elephants of Africa. On the contrary, this year saw the maximum killings of both these majestic species due to high demands for horns and ivory in Asian countries.

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Nicky, the Blind Baby Rhino

The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya is home to a four months old black rhino named Nicky. Living with the Watson family since he was one month old, the family and his caretakers are doing everything they can to ensure that this crucial member of a fast dying species survives in spite of his blindness.

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Wildlife on the Massai Mara Reservation

Established in 1948, the Massai Mara reservation in Kenya is home to some of the world’s most majestic creatures.

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Gisele Bündchen Visits David Sheldrick Wildlife Sanctuary in Kenya

During a recent trip to Kenya Gisele Bundchen was photographed playing with one of the orphaned elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Sanctuary. The Brazilian model traveled to East Africa to raise awareness about the endangered animals.

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Kenyan Baboon Plays Mom to Bush Baby

An abandoned bush baby and a yellow baboon have formed an unlikely bond at an animal orphanage in Nairobi.

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Baby Elephants in Kenya Play in The Mud

A herd of baby elephants had a muddy good time splashing about in filthy water during the warm summer weather.