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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: An aerial view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: A view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: An aerial view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: An aerial view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KAJIADO, KENYA - OCTOBER 09: An aerial view of elephants living in Amboseli National Park, hosting large elephant herds, as the elephant births have increased in the last few months in Kajiado, Kenya on October 09, 2021. With the baby elephant population boom in Amboseli National Park, located in foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania, Kenyan authorities announced that up to now they have collected 149 thousand of the 900 thousand dollars they targeted for the protection of elephants by June 2022. This announcement was made during the opening of the Magic Kenya Tembo Naming Festival held in Amboseli National Park on Saturday. Andrew Wasike / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM