Prince Harry Hugs Sedated Elephant as He Calls For an End to Poaching
Kensington Palace released the dramatic photos of the monarch lying across the elephant.
Dramatic photos released by Kensington Palace show an emotional Prince Harry hugging a sedated elephant at Kruger National Park in South Africa.
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In another photo he monitors the heart-rate of a rhino that's being de-horned by vets.
In a video he captured, he helped corral a three-ton rhino with a rope and blind fold.
In another video, he helped feed a baby rhino.
The Palace also released other pictures of his adventure.
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Prince Harry is working with park officials who are trying to protect rhinos and elephants from would-be poachers.
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