Orphaned Elephants Saved From Poachers

02/13/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • The Mail Online

At feeding time, it's not just the odd pint of milk that's needed for these hungry mouths - it's gallons.

Every one of these elephant calves lost its parents to the poacher's gun or snare.

Rescued from all corners of Kenya and brought to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, 30 minutes outside the capital of Nairobi, the elephant calves are cared for with every intention of returning them to the wild.

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