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My Photo scholarship 2010 entry

The Park rescues elephants from abusive environments and provides a safe home where they can roam freely, interact naturally, and form family groups, just like they would in the wild. Mae Dow is the elephant on the left and has a deformed back and broken hip through forced breeding. She has been adopted by Mae Lan Na (elephant on the right), and they are now one of many family groups at the park. They are fast friends, and do everything together.

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The Park rescues elephants from abusive environments and provides a safe home where they can roam freely, interact naturally, and form family groups, just like they would in the wild. Mae Dow is the elephant on the left and has a deformed back and broken hip through forced breeding. She has been adopted by Mae Lan Na (elephant on the right), and they are now one of many family groups at the park. They are fast friends, and do everything together.