Orphaned Baby Elephant And Baby Giraffe Are The Best Of Friends
October 28, 2015
Kiko, the now one-month-old baby giraffe, was found abandoned in Kenya’s Meru National Park when he was just one week old. Too small to make it on his own, Kiko was rescued and brought to the incredible people at the The David Scheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT).
Loboito the baby elephant also featured in this video arrived at DSWT last week, orphaned at only three weeks old. It is difficult to say what happened to his mother or to the rest of his herd, but with no one to care for him he would have died alone in the wild.
When Loboito saw Kiko roaming about, it was love at first sight. These two adorable babies are now best of friends and reported to be so inseparable that Kiko is even sleeping with the baby elephants. Well, until he is big enough for the giraffe stable, that is. With the love and support of the amazing people working for DSWT, these two babies will have a chance to grow up and be released back into the wild, proving how essential DSWT is to Africa’s conservation efforts.
Watch A Perplexed Beaver Become The Accidental Leader Of 150 Cows
Family Plays Horror Board Game And Gets More Than They Bargained For
The 10 Funniest Sibling Photo Recreations On The Internet
Rogue Stapler Leaves The 4th Floor To Explore The World
What Becoming A Billionaire Actually Feels Like
This Girl Made A 'Why You Should Date Me' Powerpoint For Her Crush
News Anchors Learn What A 'Furry' Is Live On Camera
This Kitten Was Abandoned, Then A Crow Does Something You've Never Seen
The Internet Can't Handle This Video Of A Baby Adoring His Mom
Comedian Has To Stop His Routine Because Of The Noise Coming From This Guy
After Unusual Bee Attack, Kentucky Farmer Gives The Most Country Interview Ever