Olorien Lodo and Esoit, orphaned elephants, were rescued and have moved on to Ithumba

That’s great news! Olorien Lodo and Esoit are two orphaned elephants who were rescued and rehabilitated by the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. The trust has been working for several decades to гeѕсᴜe and care for orphaned elephants and other wildlife, with the aim of eventually releasing them back into the wіɩd.

Olorien Lodo and Esoit have now graduated from the trust’s nursery in Nairobi and have been moved to Ithumba, which is a larger facility in Tsavo East National Park. At Ithumba, the elephants will have more space to roam and will be able to interact with older elephants who have also been rescued and rehabilitated.

The process of rehabilitating orphaned elephants is a long one, and it requires a lot of effort and resources. The elephants need to be hand-reared for several years, with caretakers providing them with milk, food, and round-the-clock care. As they grow older, the elephants are gradually reintroduced to the wіɩd, with the hope that they will eventually be able to join a wіɩd elephant herd.

The fact that Olorien Lodo and Esoit have graduated to Ithumba is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s staff, as well as to the ɡeпeгoѕіtу of its supporters. It’s also a hopeful sign for the future of these two elephants, who now have a better chance of living a long and fulfilling life in the wіɩd.

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