Ngilai was an orphan but had so much love (Original Painting)
Ngilai was an orphan but had so much love (Original Painting)
Ngilai was an orphan but had so much love (Original Painting)
Ngilai was an orphan but had so much love (Original Painting)
Ngilai was an orphan but had so much love (Original Painting)
Ngilai was an orphan but had so much love (Original Painting)

Ngilai was an orphan but had so much love (Original Painting)

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Dimensions 47.2 x 47.2 inch (H*W)
120 x 120 cm (H*W)

Materials Enamel and Oil Pastel on Canvas

On the 8th of March Angela and Robert received reports from KWS about the plight of a little elephant who was discovered fallen down a well within Molore Lorach, Ngilai area. The community first found him there on the 6th of March when approaching the well to water their livestock. They left and returned the following day thinking that he might have managed to escape and be reunited with his natal herd, but too fearful to attempt to extract him. On their return on the 7th of March, the stranded, exhausted, and now injured calf remained stricken in the well. His desperate ongoing attempts to free himself left him with busies and a rubbed raw back from struggling against the jagged well sides. Now, Ngilai is living happily at the Sheldrick Wildlife Fund. He may have lost his herd but this little elephant has enough love to push through anything.