Elephant Wants To Be Buffalo

A confused elephant whose parents were culled by ivory hunters has been adopted by a herd of BUFFALO. Nzhou looks a bit out of place with the herd, as she towers over them – but they accept her as one of their own. The 46-year old elephant has lived on the Imire Black Rhino and Wildlife Conservation area in Zimbabwe ever since she was adopted after her parents were culled in the 1970s.

 A confused elephant whose parents were culled by ivory hunters has been adopted by a herd of BUFFALO. Nzhou looks a bit out of place with the herd, as she towers over them - but they accept her as one of their own. The 46-year old elephant has lived on the Imire Black Rhino and Wildlife Conservation area in Zimbabwe ever since she was adopted after her parents were culled in the 1970s.

 A confused elephant whose parents were culled by ivory hunters has been adopted by a herd of BUFFALO. Nzhou looks a bit out of place with the herd, as she towers over them - but they accept her as one of their own. The 46-year old elephant has lived on the Imire Black Rhino and Wildlife Conservation area in Zimbabwe ever since she was adopted after her parents were culled in the 1970s.

 A confused elephant whose parents were culled by ivory hunters has been adopted by a herd of BUFFALO. Nzhou looks a bit out of place with the herd, as she towers over them - but they accept her as one of their own. The 46-year old elephant has lived on the Imire Black Rhino and Wildlife Conservation area in Zimbabwe ever since she was adopted after her parents were culled in the 1970s.

 A confused elephant whose parents were culled by ivory hunters has been adopted by a herd of BUFFALO. Nzhou looks a bit out of place with the herd, as she towers over them - but they accept her as one of their own. The 46-year old elephant has lived on the Imire Black Rhino and Wildlife Conservation area in Zimbabwe ever since she was adopted after her parents were culled in the 1970s.