Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Rhino Sanctuary
Upon discovering an orphaned Elephant and realising no one knew what they needed to eat, Daphne Sheldrick invented and perfected a milk formula especially for African Elephants.
These days the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Rhino Sanctuary rehabilitates and rears orphaned Elephants and Rhinos before reintroducing them into Kenya’s National Parks.
Located on the outskirts of Nairobi National Park, the Wildlife Sanctuary (or Rhino Orphanage as it is often called) is a must see for animal lovers visiting Nairobi.
Why do the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Rhino Sanctuary?
Orphanage for Elephant and Rhino
Rehabilitation of wildlife
Educational and interesting
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