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Team STS Begin Elephant Re-collaring Project
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Team STS Begin Elephant Re-collaring Project

Today we start the project in southern Mozambique. We will be replacing the Elephant GPS collars, for which we raised $10,000 last month.   Thanks to your support, #teamsts and partners will deploy a number of satellite collars in Limpopo National Park. This will assist security and law enforcement operations. This is because we can … Continued

Seha’s Journey from Survival to Parenthood
Southern White Rhino

Seha’s Journey from Survival to Parenthood

Seha’s story… Saving The Survivors treated Seha, a severely injured twelve year old White Rhino bull in the North West province after a vicious attack by poachers. Seha’s owner initially wanted to put him down because of the severity of the injuries. However, he  thankfully accepted STS’s offer of assistance in rescuing and treating him. … Continued

Two Male White Rhino Calves Killed by Dominant Rhino on a Reserve
Southern White Rhino

Two Male White Rhino Calves Killed by Dominant Rhino on a Reserve

Dr. Johan and #teamsts were recently called to assist with an unusual but serious situation where two young male rhino calves were killed by one of two dominant rhino bulls on a reserve. In just one week, two young White Rhino calves were found dead in the reserve. Only with evidence of some external trauma. … Continued

Saving the Survivors reach $10,000 Goal for Elephant Campaign
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Saving the Survivors reach $10,000 Goal for Elephant Campaign

Saving the Survivors are happy to announce that we have reached our goal of $10,000 in support of the Elephant Campaign.   Over recent years, Saving The Survivors have successfully collared a number of Elephants. But as these collars were due to run out, team STS launched the Elephant campaign. These collars would enable us, … Continued

Baby orphan Elephant has died
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Baby orphan Elephant has died

Saving the Survivors, and partners, are extremely sad to report this difficult news. Despite all of our efforts, the baby orphan Elephant found in the Maputo Special Reserve (Mozambique), has passed away. A combination of factors have contributed towards this sad news. We guarantee that our amazing team did everything possible to succeed. The laboratory … Continued

The Anatomy of Rhino
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The Anatomy of Rhino

Dr. Johan Marais conducted intriguing research, along with fellow veterinarians, Dr’s Mat Gerard and Anthony Blikslager. Both from North Carolina State University (USA), their collective research will assist people across the world. This knowledge will help people to better understand the unique anatomy of Rhino. The team began their research by dissecting various parts of … Continued

Dr. Johan Marais included in new book ‘The Last Elephants’
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Dr. Johan Marais included in new book ‘The Last Elephants’

Our founder Dr. Johan Marais’ amazing photography has been included in ‘The Last Elephants’ book. This is an incredible acknowledgment of his ongoing work with Saving The Survivors and his skill as a photographer. Here are some of Johan’s stunning shots. Our thanks go out to the amazing authors Colin Bell & Don Pinnock for … Continued

Harvey the White Rhino Heals in Record Time
Southern White Rhino

Harvey the White Rhino Heals in Record Time

Saving The Survivors are happy to announce that, Harvey, the White Rhino has healed in record time! Harvey was sadly shot and horns hacked off in October 2018. Saving The Survivors, with assistance, quickly determined the extent of Harvey’s injury. We also saw how it was affecting him. Harvey’s sinuses were exposed and the wound … Continued

Dr. Joao Rescues 12 Feral Dogs to be put up for Adoption
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Dr. Joao Rescues 12 Feral Dogs to be put up for Adoption

Dr. Joao was requested at the stunning Ponta Do Ouro Reserve for a difficult but necessary job. For many years “Ponta” as been home to domestic feral dogs that roam the coastline. Despite being owner-less, most of the dogs are friendly and looked after by tourists. However, these dogs have been responsible for the killing of 1-2k marine … Continued