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Minas Elephant Conservation in Indonesia - 15 Oct 2006
Minas Elephant Conservation in Indonesia - 15 Oct 2006
INDONESIA
RTR1IC9I
October 15, 2006
A female baby elephant named Sheila eats bananas at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on...
Pekanbaru, Indonesia
A female baby elephant eats bananas at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian...
A female baby elephant named Sheila eats bananas at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian island of Sumatra October 15, 2006. Nurcholis Fadli, an activist from the WWF, said at least 20 wild elephants have been killed this year in Sumatra and about 2,500 are believed to remain in the wild on the island. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1IC9C
October 15, 2006
A trainer gives a drink to Sheila, a two-year-old female baby elephant, at the Minas elephant conservation...
Pekanbaru, Indonesia
A trainer gives a drink to a two-year-old female baby elephant at the Minas elephant conservation near...
A trainer gives a drink to Sheila, a two-year-old female baby elephant, at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian island of Sumatra October 15, 2006. Nurcholis Fadli, an activist from the WWF, said at least 20 wild elephants have been killed this year in Sumatra and about 2,500 are believed to remain in the wild on the island. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1IC9U
October 15, 2006
A child eats near baby elephants at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian...
Pekanbaru, Indonesia
A child eats near baby elephants at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru
A child eats near baby elephants at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian island of Sumatra October 15, 2006. Nurcholis Fadli, an activist from the WWF, said at least 20 wild elephants have been killed this year in Sumatra and about 2,500 are believed to remain in the wild on the island. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1IC9P
October 15, 2006
Baby elephants eat bananas at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian island...
Pekanbaru, Indonesia
Baby elephants eat bananas at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian island...
Baby elephants eat bananas at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian island of Sumatra October 15, 2006. Nurcholis Fadli, an activist from the WWF, said at least 20 wild elephants have been killed this year in Sumatra and about 2,500 are believed to remain in the wild on the island. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1IC99
October 15, 2006
A child plays with Sheila, a two-year-old female baby elephant, at the Minas elephant conservation near...
Pekanbaru, Indonesia
A child plays with a two-year-old female baby elephant at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru...
A child plays with Sheila, a two-year-old female baby elephant, at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra October 15, 2006. Nurcholis Fadli, an activist from the WWF, said at least 20 wild elephants have been killed this year in Sumatra and about 2,500 are believed to remain in the wild on the island. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1IC9D
October 15, 2006
Baby elephants eat pineapple beside their trainer at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on...
Pekanbaru, Indonesia
Baby elephants eat pineapple beside their trainer at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru
Baby elephants eat pineapple beside their trainer at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru on the Indonesian island of Sumatra October 15, 2006. Nurcholis Fadli, an activist from the WWF, said at least 20 wild elephants have been killed this year in Sumatra and about 2,500 are believed to remain in the wild on the island. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
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