Baby elephant born in Kenya, video


This video from Kenya says about itself:

Edie’s second wild born baby, Eden

3 April 2015

On 15th March Edie returned to the stockade along with the rest of Emily’s unit dragging a loose wire snare around her leg which she allowed the keepers to easily remove.

They were however concerned about Edie’s unusual behavior since she kept intermittently lying down and seemed exhausted. Little did they know that she was in fact in labour!

Read the full story here.

MISSING ELEPHANTS AT THE ZOO? The decline of elephant exhibits. [AP]

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