Rana

Our Use of animalEO Oils to Support All Creatures At Elephant Sanctuary Brazil

This is Rana Bug getting her bug spray on  Sanctuary means nature, which includes bugs. Elephants can get ticks and mosquito bites on the areas that have soft, thin skin- so their entire underside, ears, neck, and face. And flies are just annoying, so they get a thorough spraying of two…...

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Cutie Rana Bug Is Doing Well

Cutie Rana Bug is doing well- her lovely self as usual. We had a veterinary ophthalmologist here and performed pinpoint cryosurgery on the papilloma on her eyelid. This method protects her eye since the instrument stops dispensing the liquid nitrogen if pressure is released. So if Rana moves, it shuts…...

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Sanctuary for All

And this is the beauty that I drove away from the other night before coming up to Scott and Dot. This sweet and wonderful soul surrounded by absolute magnificence. It tells the story of the ebb and flow of sanctuary: the breathtaking highs and shattering lows, that bring you to…...

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A Pre-Breakfast Chat

The lovely Maia (starts out on the right) and Guida having a pre-breakfast chat. Most of the loud noises are Maia, Guida chimes in with the grandma wheezes, rumbles, and trunk pops. Part way through you can hear a trumpet in the distance, that’s Rana. Usually if a couple of…...

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When You Think She’s Going to Squeak

The video is from this morning after Rana’s treatment. It was a sleepy, lazy morning, so she’s taking her time leaving the barn. You can see how gentle she is with her nose- you would not leave the phone that close with most elephants. She raises her trunk to smell…...

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Elephant Sanctuary Brazil From Above

For a little more perspective, here is a video that was put together for a presentation for the Brazilian organization, Santuário de Elefantes Brasil. It gives an unobtrusive view of the girls in a way that shows more of the property as well. There are different combos of two and…...

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