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Today the Department of Unexpected Interspecies Friendship wants...

Today the Department of Unexpected Interspecies Friendship wants to cuddle up with Jotto the baby elephant and Pea the ostrich at the David Shelldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) in Kenya’s Nairobi National Park. Pea has lived at the park since 2014 when she and her brother Pod (Pea and Pod! squee) were discovered as orphaned babies during the rescue of a baby elephant. Pod was eventually returned to the wild, but Pea remained at the Nairobi orphanage because it turns out she prefers the company of elephants.
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