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

Join Saving the Survivors in the run-up to World Wildlife Day 2018 on the 3rd of March by adding our profile picture frame to your profile picture!

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Today is World Pangolin Day!

Pangolins are the most trafficked mammal in the world and many people know very little about them. So we would like to share some interesting Pangolin facts with you!

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Saving the Survivors founder and CEO Dr Johan Marais will be in Sydney, Australia on the 9th of May! If you are in town, you don't want to miss this! Get your tickets now! ... See MoreSee Less

Dine for Rhino

May 9, 2018, 6:30pm - May 9, 2018, 2:30pm

Wild Support is proud to announce that Dr. Johan Marais from Saving the Survivors Foundation will be coming to Sydney for the first time, as Guest Speaker at the Fundraising Dinner - Dine for Rhino. Enjoy a 3 course meal and beverages as Dr. Marais shares first hand his inspirational stories and the steps taken by the dedicated Saving the Survivors Team to help save this iconic species. Lots of unique Auction items and Raffle prizes, so come along and offer your support! Tickets - $150 per person - 3 course dinner & wine ALL Proceeds will go to Saving the Survivors Foundation. Tickets: www.trybooking.com.au/UEQD (Can purchase individual tickets or Table of 12)

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The little elephant calf Mopane, with his sheep companion, that STS consulted on recently. What an adorable little guy...!!!
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The STS Team recently attended to this 6-week-old elephant calf that was strangely abandoned by his herd, in one of our national parks. The gait of his left hindlimb was abnormal, so we proceeded to take radiographs of the limb - not always so easy... Luckily the attending vet Dr Rogers was on hand to give him a sedative. It appears that the little bones in his joints are lagging behind in the normal ossification process - if he is kept fairly quiet, he should make a complete recovery.

Thanks to Ford South Africa and the Ford Wildlife Foundation for your ongoing support of Saving The Survivors.

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