One of my favourite charities is The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya which rescues orphaned baby elephants (and rhinos) -- most of them made that way by poaching and the renewed ivory trade. (Seriously, who needs ivory for anything?) It's a wonderful operation, profiled twice by 60 Minutes.
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Anyway, tonight, while tooling around on the Internet, I came across this. It's not from the Sheldrick Trust, which takes in young elephants fallen in ditches and or wells, or found wailing around their butchered mothers' bodies. Instead, it is a live birth of a baby at the Elephant Safari Park in Bali.
You'll squirm, you'll gasp, you'll cry, you'll clap your hands and cheer.
You don't want to miss this.