People do every possible thing to help animals keep and increase their population 🐘❤️👨🦰
A man named Julius starts his day from checking on the baby elephants in his care. Orphaned, poor baby elephants arrived at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya and they were in an awful condition.
In most cases they are orphaned, as poachers have caught their parents and they had to fend for themselves.
But the keepers try to do everything to replace the families of the orphaned elephants. And they needed round-the-clock care and attention. Julius and his colleagues feed the elephants with bottles to help them survive.
But they don’t want to keep them in captivity.
Julius hopes, that after taking care of the elephants all of them would be released to the wild. They take the elephants into the nearest forest in order they could develop their natural instincts.
Julius also tells about his work, that he is a proud animal keeper, who is among the few people in the world that help animals keep and increase their population.
We hope, that Julius and his colleagues’ efforts will be respected and appreciated and their contributions will help to keep their population for years.