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A tranquilized elephant is lifted into a wake-up crate. The spray-painted letter on its side identifies its family group. "They have very strong social bonds, so we use that to our advantage when we catch and load them. At the same time it is important for the adaptation on the other side of the reserve," says lead vet Kester Vickery.
A tranquilized elephant is lifted into a wake-up crate. The spray-painted letter on its side identifies its family group. "They have very strong social bonds, so we use that to our advantage when we catch and load them. At the same time it is important for the adaptation on the other side of the reserve," says lead vet Kester Vickery.

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Hundreds of elephants relocated

More than 500 elephants are being moved in a once-in-a-lifetime mass relocation aimed at repopulating a wildlife reserve decimated by poachers.

Hundreds of elephants relocated

More than 500 elephants are being moved in a once-in-a-lifetime mass relocation aimed at repopulating a wildlife reserve decimated by poachers.