Ramba

An Update on Ramba

Ramba continues to do well in Chile. Unfortunately, she is still waiting, but we are taking a different and newly recommended route to try and get quick approval for her CITES permits. Of course, we have been told it would be fine before, and ‘quick’ is relative here, but everyone…...

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Ramba Update From Consu

Still working and waiting. No progress to note on Ramba’s CITES permits, but we hope to have some news on our latest approaches by the end of the month- or at least this is what we have been told. Ramba continues to do well, her foot is much improved and…...

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Friday is Shopping Day

Lovely day here, just busy. Friday is shopping day and at the end of the day our truck returns full of elephant and tapir produce along with some human food as well. That doesn’t put a damper on the elephants’ day though, it even makes Saturday morning extra delicious. Today…...

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Ramba’s Mud Nap

  This is Ramba (not Rana), in Chile. If you don’t know her, (you should, she’s amazingly lovely) you can read about her on her page (link below).  Those who do know her, nothing new with CITES permits. Today Ramba took a mud bath and in the middle, decided she…...

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Ramba Update January 2019

A little Ramba update. She is doing well, and her limp has improved. Today her caregivers noticed that it looks like she will have a small blowout over the nail she’s had problems with since her circus days. One of the biggest struggles with foot issues is that infections can…...

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Ramba Enjoying a Mud Bath in Chile

Today we will take a break from the elephants at Elephant Sanctuary Brazil and share some photos of Ramba (not Rana) enjoying a mud bath with Caro in Chile. For those of you who don’t know Ramba, you can check out her webpage to learn her story. Ramba has a…...

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