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What an absolutely beautiful story! It's so wonderful that with all the trauma this little girl faced, she was able to rebound and be a protector of another baby.

Like a lot of humans I know, Lualeni started giving back that which she did not receive. She really IS a matriarch and an inspiration.

Great Post Jaya! A story with a sad beginning but Lualeni's progress is testament not only to her but to her keeper's! They really are heroes!

Really heart warming story, I was lucky enough to see elephants in the wild during a safari in Botswana, it was incredible and I fell in love with them immediately

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