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King Charles and Queen Camilla go to elephant sanctuary in Kenya

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Britain’s King Charles and Queen Camilla go to Sheldrick Wildlife Belief Elephant in Nairobi Nationwide Park, Kenya, November 1, 2023, credit score: Victoria Jones through Reuters

King Charles and Queen Camilla visited an elephant sanctuary in Kenya on Wednesday. “The orphaned elephants and little Raha have been delighted to satisfy Their Majesties,” the Sheldrick Wildlife Belief, situated inside Nairobi Nationwide Park, stated.

“President Ruto invited Their Majesties to Kenya as our nation prepares to rejoice 60 years of independence. Each the King and Queen are extremely devoted environmentalists,” the sanctuary stated, including that they mentioned “coexistence and administration of untamed areas.”

Whereas on the sanctuary, the British monarchs met a child rhino and discovered in regards to the rescue and rehabilitation work. Additionally they visited the park’s ivory burning website, a historic location the place 12 tonnes of ivory have been burnt by former Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi in 1989.

The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is an orphan elephant rescue and wildlife rehabilitation program. Dame Daphne Sheldrick based it in 1977 to honor her late husband, David Sheldrick. It’s now run by her daughter, Angela Sheldrick.

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