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Moving Süleyman to a larger enclosure!

Published on: April 15, 2023

When Asli, the founder of Wild at Life e.V., visited Bela Bela sanctuary in mid-April, one of her To-dos is to relocate Süleyman to a larger space now that he is stronger and does not need constant monitoring.

Relocating Süleyman
Relocating Süleyman

Süleyman was moved to a larger enclosure that also houses one Kudu, one Nyala, and two Sable antelopes. Doing so minimises Süleyman’s interaction with humans, and acclimatises him to be with other herbivores, as giraffes would be in the wild.

Süleyman's new friends
Süleyman & friends

In a year or so when Süleyman is older, he will be introduced to the other resident giraffes at Bela Bela sanctuary.

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Bela Bela Sanctuary, South Africa
from the lap of his dead mother

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