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Rare African Twin Elephants are born in Kenya

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Rare twin elephant calves have been born at Amboseli National Park, Kenya
Rare twin elephant calves have been born at Amboseli National Park, Kenya   -  
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For the first time since 1980, rare twin elephants have been born at the Amboseli National Park in Kenya.

The two calves — a male and a female — were born at the end of May during the rain season. The 38 year-old Mother Paru is part of a 40-member family.

The park, which lies at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, is currently home to 1,600 elephants divided into almost 60 families.

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