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It was magical to see what seemed like human behavior — a mother helping her baby, Cano said. It was breathtaking and I felt honored.

These photographs tell a heartwarming story of maternal determination and show that moms of different species may not be so different after all! We were amazed by these pictures from Rex USA, depicting a mother elephant saving her little one from a perilous predicament. See the story unfold below, as captured by the camera of photographer Marina Cano.More: Retired horse becomes real-life unico

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A 70-year-old elephant rescued from a horrific life trekking tourists in Thailand looks like a completely different animal after settling into her life at the sanctuary, where she is free and loved.

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Moyo was very close to drowning. Fortunately, some rangers found him and took him to the Wild Is Life Sanctuary. That is when Roxy Danckwerts became his primary caregiver.Roxy is the founder of the sanctuary, and Moyo became very close to her. https://youtu.be/dZ4E2gHoz6g

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Orphaned elephants: David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust presents an exhibition of pictures taken by three of the world's most celebrated wildlife photographers – Joachim Schmeisser, Michael Nichols and Robert Carr-Hartley