Elephant families in the Amboseli National Park, Kenya. An elephant baby boom has seen the park prosper. Photo: Pie Aerts
Elephant families in the Amboseli National Park, Kenya. An elephant baby boom has seen the park prosper. Photo: Pie Aerts

Elephant baby boom, drop in ivory poaching in Kenya’s Amboseli National Park offer hope for the future

  • Drought-busting rain, a crackdown on the illegal trade in ivory and education in Asia to stem demand for it has seen new life blossom on the African savannah
  • A record-breaking 248 baby elephants were born in the Amboseli National Park last year, and its thousands-strong herds can roam in greater safety

Elephant families in the Amboseli National Park, Kenya. An elephant baby boom has seen the park prosper. Photo: Pie Aerts
Elephant families in the Amboseli National Park, Kenya. An elephant baby boom has seen the park prosper. Photo: Pie Aerts
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