Les éléphanteaux font un pas de plus vers la liberté

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Wed, 06/11/2014
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Les éléphanteaux font un pas de plus vers la liberté

Kavalamanja et Maramba, deux éléphanteaux devenus orphelins avant l’âge de deux ans, ont fait un pas de plus vers la liberté : la semaine dernière, ils ont en effet été transférés vers un centre de réhabilitation unique en son genre au sein du parc national de Kafue en Zambie.

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Le Cap, Afrique du Sud
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SLIDESHOW: Remarkable, elusive birth of a baby elephant calf caught in pictures

Thu, 07/10/2014
A newborn elephant calf takes its first steps with the help of its herd.

Daryl Balfour is a former newspaper journalist turned wildlife author and photographer. In the early 1990 he and his wife Sharna spent four years tracking elephants across Africa for their book African Elephants – A Celebration of Majesty. One image eluded them – the birth of an elephant calf.

900 hongerige honden in Oekraïne hebben hulp nodig

Wed, 07/09/2014
900 hongerige honden in Oekraïne hebben hulp nodig

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Animal crisis in Ukraine: 900 starving dogs rescued so far

Wed, 07/09/2014
More than 900 dogs are being cared for at the Pif shelter in Donetsk, Ukraine.

Animal crisis in Ukraine: 900 starving dogs rescued so far

Wed, 07/09/2014
More than 900 dogs are being cared for at the Pif shelter in Donetsk, Ukraine.

Animal crisis in Ukraine: 900 starving dogs rescued so far

Wed, 07/09/2014
More than 900 dogs are being cared for at the Pif shelter in Donetsk, Ukraine.

Animal crisis in Ukraine: 900 starving dogs rescued so far

Wed, 07/09/2014
More than 900 dogs are being cared for at the Pif shelter in Donetsk, Ukraine.

Animal crisis in Ukraine: 900 starving dogs rescued so far

Wed, 07/09/2014
More than 900 dogs are being cared for at the Pif shelter in Donetsk, Ukraine.