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How beautiful?!? These beautiful creatures are being hunted down for their tusks by poachers who use darts, poison and high-powered automatic rifles with night scopes to take elephants down and horrifyingly remove their tusks while the elephant is dying... This is a horrifying practice which needs to be stopped once and for all! #savetheelephants #savetheplanet #givinganimalsavoice #animallivesmatter #alllivesmatter ❤️😭🐘

I finally signed up to a foster a baby elephant from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust! The sweet elly I’m fostering is Maisha, who was found completely lifeless due to the drought in Kenya before being rescued by the #dswt keepers. I am so excited to support an organization that restores my faith in humanity and inspires the dream of restoring peaceful human-wildlife interactions. PS it’s really easy to sign up to foster an elephant if you’re interested! #elephants #MaishaDSWT #savetheelephants #🐘 #banivorytrade

Had an amazing week volunteering with the elephants! ENP is a rescue and rehabilitation centre for elephants that were abused by humans for trekking, logging, forced breeding programmes and in the circus. In order to be able to do these awful tasks the elephants go though a breaking of the spirit ritual called phajaan (google it) which creates the elephants to fear their mahout (owner) and through negative reinforcement they are then domesticated for tourists to ride them. If you ever go to Southeast Asia please please please do not support this awful practice and instead visit an ethical park which rescues elephants and allows them to be happy and roam freely 🐘💕 #savetheelephants

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*MUST WATCH WITH SOUND*📢
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Thank you Elena Duggan for the video! 🌷
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For those of you who don’t know Elena was the WINNER of MASTER CHEF AUSTRALIA Season 8 in 2016!! 🥇
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She kindly donated R10 000 in AUS Dollars to Love Life; Gift Life, via The Platter Project and received one of our moms exquisite elephant platters, awhile back♥️
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She has kindly recently featured us and our project on her Instagram story in the form of this video...🌷
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We would like to extend our thanks to this young, vibrant and generous young lady♥️
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Keep up the fantastic work you are doing and come visit us in South Africa😀🇿🇦
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To all our followers, please follow Elena, she inspires in so many ways🙌
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#platters #theplatterproject #knotonmyplanet #conservation #wildlife #savetheelephants #plateforapurpose #makeachange #supportNPO #southafrica #africa #elephants #masterchef #australia #inspire #instagram #art #artist #artwork #artforsale #artauction #artforgood #artworksforchange #limited #unique #kidneydisease #organdonation #chronicillness

No one in the world needs an elephant tusk other than an elephant. 💖  This picture goes out to my beautiful aunty, superwoman and elephant lover @patt.odriscoll

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If any elephant could find itself in the jaws of a lion and live to tell the tale, it would be Ishanga!
This #DSWTTransformationTuesday, discover her story.

Photo 1, 2010 | On a routine patrol, our field teams spotted a ten-month-old calf wandering alone and in very poor condition. Just as they circled to capture her, a lion leapt out of the undergrowth and grabbed the elephant baby by the neck. The team very quickly recovered from their shock and managed to retrieve the calf (quite literally) from the jaws of death. Miraculously, she was still alive — albeit terrified and in terrible pain — so we rushed her to the DSWT Nursery.

Photo 2-4, 2010-2012 | For several months after her rescue, Ishanga was one of the most poorly behaved members of the Nursery herd — which was hardly surprising, given the trauma she had survived. Finally, we had a breakthrough: Perhaps drawing on her own experiences, Ishanga decided to take on nurturing grieving newcomers, focusing on the calves who kept their distance from the rest of the herd. Some of her old pushiness would still shine through, however, when she found herself unable to monopolize all the newcomers!

Photos 5-6, 2012-present | When she was just shy of three years old, Ishanga graduated to our Ithumba Reintegration Unit. Despite the change of scene, she proved to be no less of a force to be reckoned with — within her first few weeks in Tsavo, she barged in as a group of visiting adult elephants were drinking. Today, she’s living in the wild and as spunky as ever (and just a bit better behaved!).

Your support helps us give elephants like Ishanga a future. To foster her or another elephant in our care, click the link in our bio or visit:
www.thedswt.org/foster



Photos © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #Ishanga #IshangaDSWT #bekindtoelephants #whyilovekenya #savetheelephants #transformationtuesday

The work done by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (@dswt) is legitimately miracle work and plays such a huge role in saving the African Elephant species.
#davidsheldrickwildlifetrust #thankyousomuch #savetheelephants

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