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By: Saving the Survivors On: February 14, 2015 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

On our way to a new Survivor... we will keep you updated

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When Saving the Survivors isn't treating endangered wildlife, we are teaching other people about the conservation of these species. Dr Johan Marais has just hosted an Elephant Workshop in the beautiful Tembe Elephant Park in Northern KwaZulu-Natal.

Saving the Survivors - Creating Hope from Hurt

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We are happy to announce that we are now linked on SnapScan!

This is a fast, safe and easy way for our South African supporters to donate towards our work!
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The Saving the Survivors team was called out to treat this beautiful White rhino cow that was shot through the top of her shoulders. Fortunately the bullet missed all vital structures and she is recovering well. A big thanks to the Ford South Africa and the #FordWildlifeFoundation for getting us to this precious rhino!

Did you know that if every one of our followers donates a mere R100/$10/€10/£10 we can cover all of our operational costs for more than a year! Please consider making a donation to our work!
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Sometimes this is what it takes for us to get to our patients...

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