Ndotto meeting some of the keepers

Adopt an Elephant Orphan - David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

#tbt, 2014: Best friends (and occasional blanket rivals) Ndotto and Lasayen have been inseparable from the moment they met. Born and rescued within weeks of each other, this little duo has grown up together at the DSWT. Although they’re much bigger now, some things never change: Lasayen still has his eye on his buddy’s things; they recently got into a tiff when he tried to snatch Ndotto’s lucerne pellets! • To foster either of these orphaned elephants, click the link in our bio or visit…

#tbt, 2014: Best friends (and occasional blanket rivals) Ndotto and Lasayen have been inseparable from the moment they met. Born and rescued within weeks of each other, this little duo has grown up together at the DSWT. Although they’re much bigger now, some things never change: Lasayen still has his eye on his buddy’s things; they recently got into a tiff when he tried to snatch Ndotto’s lucerne pellets! • To foster either of these orphaned elephants, click the link in our bio or visit…

We rescued #Ndotto in 2014, when he was just 48 hours old. He’s had an infectiously cheerful personality since day one, and loves to make everyone — human and elephant — happy. We can usually find him roping a fellow orphan into a game or running up and down the rope cordon to greet visitors! Help this special little elephant grow by fostering him today. Visit: ►thedswt.org/ndotto◄ (link also in bio) • • • Image © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

We rescued #Ndotto in 2014, when he was just 48 hours old. He’s had an infectiously cheerful personality since day one, and loves to make everyone — human and elephant — happy. We can usually find him roping a fellow orphan into a game or running up and down the rope cordon to greet visitors! Help this special little elephant grow by fostering him today. Visit: ►thedswt.org/ndotto◄ (link also in bio) • • • Image © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

NDOTTO - David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust - The calf’s umbilical cord was still fresh, his ears still pink and his weak legs still learning how to walk, yet without his mother to guide him he merely followed what he thought was his family, too young to know any different.

On the very peak of the Ndoto Mountains, in Kenya’s remote Northern Frontier District, a tiny newborn baby elephant was found confused, alone and scared in a.

Ndotto munching

Was born premature & not sure that he would make it. Well done DSWT. He is one of my foster babies.

Ndotto the Rescued Baby Elephant Enjoys a Lovely Dust Bath! (VIDEO) | When little Ndotto first arrived at David Shelrick Wildlife Trust’s (DSWT) Orphan Nursery, he was not in great shape. The little elephant had been rescued from the Ndotto mountains where he was found, all alone, by a local tribesman. DSWT specializes in the care of orphaned elephants and knew exactly how to care for the dehydrated, frightened calf upon arrival. Please watch and share! (10/5)

Ndotto the Rescued Baby Elephant Enjoys a Lovely Dust Bath! (VIDEO)

Ndotto the Rescued Baby Elephant Enjoys a Lovely Dust Bath! (VIDEO) | When little Ndotto first arrived at David Shelrick Wildlife Trust’s (DSWT) Orphan Nursery, he was not in great shape. The little elephant had been rescued from the Ndotto mountains where he was found, all alone, by a local tribesman. DSWT specializes in the care of orphaned elephants and knew exactly how to care for the dehydrated, frightened calf upon arrival. Please watch and share! (10/5)

Lasayen, one month old. Please Adopt a baby elephant. These babies have been orphaned by poachers who kill their mothers for their Ivory. The demand for Ivory is greatest in China. Please support The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust *~❤•❦•:*´`*:•❦•❤~* Click to visit site.

6 week old Orphaned baby Elephant"Ndotto"Cared for by a trusted Samburu Tribesman until rescued by The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

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