Don’t tell Baby Moses he's an elephant–this little guy seems to think he's one of the human family. Susan Webb, who runs an elephant orphanage called Jumbo Foundation, took in the precious pachyderm when he was found abandoned next to a Malawian riverbed after his mother was likely killed by poachers. At just a few weeks old, Moses began sleeping with his surrogate mom on a mattress in the dining room, and she wakes every two hours to bottle feed him. When Moses is five, Webb plans to reintroduce him to the wild. In the meantime, she's building a corral (for when Moses gets too big for the house), and logging lots of cuddle time.
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