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Save The Elephants – Light A Fire
In a bid to save the biggest of our big five animals, several International Leaders and Conservationists are expected to arrive in Nairobi this weekend to witness the burning of 105 tonnes of ivory and 1.35 tonnes of rhino horn. There are about 25,000 tusks which loosely translates to about 12,500 poached elephants.
On social media, there has been significant hype building up momentum towards this historic event with #worthmorealive and #lightafire trending all week.
Kenya Wildlife Service has been very vocal.
Dr. Paula Kahumbu, the CEO at WildlifeDirect has been vocal in the campaign against ivory trade and welcomes all the support offered
Dr. Richard Leakey is also looking forward to the event on Saturday, which many have termed as a farewell burial for the elephants.
Caroline Mutoko’s daughter has gone a step further and adopted three baby elephants!
These are probably the most powerful photos. Let the elephants live!!!!
The KWS officials have urged Kenyans to take advantage of an amnesty extended till Saturday to return their illegal possessions.
Take a stand and join our fellow citizens in saving our country’s most treasured Big 5 animals.