From sunny skies to 25°. Just part of the reason that Ramba needs to be rescued and brought to Elephant Sanctuary Brazil. Help Her Here → This is what Ramba woke up to the other morning, and though it was cold, she still wanted to go outside. She spends her evenings in her little heated barn, and she must have been warm enough to brave the frigid temperatures.
One of the main reasons for choosing the location for ESB was the ideal year-round temperatures. The evening lows hit the low 50s about seven days out of the year. Days here are warm, but the nights cool down enough so elephants can release any of the heat they’ve stored up during the day that they need to get rid of.
Ramba doesn’t do well in the cold. Each winter we see her lose weight, struggle to stay warm, and become bored and frustrated with the time she has to spend inside of her barn. We are looking forward to her not having to endure another cold winter ever again.
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Debbie Sides saysAugust 10, 2019 at 9:45 pm
Don’t worry Ramba. You’ll be home soon sweet girl!
Sherry saysAugust 11, 2019 at 12:25 am
This is too cold for an elephant! Cold hurts.
Maggie saysAugust 11, 2019 at 3:48 am
Not long now Rambita. This is the last cold winter you will have to endure. Stay strong lovely girl.
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