Orphaned baby elephant raised by human "mother" in Malawi dies after illness

From Face of Malawi Fri Nov 16 2012, 02:17:40

An elephant calf that was separated from his herd and raised by a human "mother" for months in Malawi has died. Jenny Webb, who raised the calf, said it died Monday night "in her arms." She said the elephant had been sick with colic and diarrhea. In February, Webb adopted the elephant, which had been [...]

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