Thanks to [Kenya Wildlife Service](http://www.kws.org/) veterinarians and [The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust](http://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/), a bull elephant that was targeted for his ivory tusks was saved. Poachers used a poison arrowhead that would slowly kill the animal so they could return later to steal the elephant’s ivory tusks.
**Watch the video. WARNING: Video contains graphic images.**
11 elephants have been saved from poison arrow wounds in the last two weeks alone. If you would like to help save the elephants by making a donation, please visit [David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust](http://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/html/help.html). Their work is entirely reliant on donations.