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| JABULANI - RESIDENT ELEPHANT |

Jabulani was found in a mud hole in 1996 and was brought to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC) and was later joined by a herd of rescued elephants from Zimbabwe. Jabulani's story can be read on www.campjabulani.com

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Nothing beats a Sunday afternoon’s stroll with your loved ones… Tigere and Jabulani at peace with the world.

Nothing beats a Sunday afternoon’s stroll with your loved ones… Tigere and Jabulani at peace with the world.

Baby Jabulani after arriving at HESC

Baby Jabulani after arriving at HESC

Another diet bath for Jabulani. Elephants take dust baths to protect them from the sun and insects.

Another diet bath for Jabulani. Elephants take dust baths to protect them from the sun and insects.

Jabulani having a bit of dust bathing at midday.

Jabulani having a bit of dust bathing at midday.

Jabulani after a good mud bath.

Jabulani after a good mud bath.

Jabulani close-up after a dash of mud

Jabulani close-up after a dash of mud