Name Baby Ndotto!

Elephant---Ndotto-Summer- Delivery

Name Baby Ndotto! 

Several years ago an orphaned baby elephant was found wandering the remote Ndoto hills of Kenya.  Just 48 hours old, he was rescued by local tribesmen and rehabilitated at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, where he was called Baby Ndotto, which means “our little dream,” and helped inspire a collection of elephant sculptures exhibited globally.

Now, the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST) has acquired one of just three of these baby elephant sculptures in the world, and he’ll be arriving soon at the Children’s Sculpture Zoo.  Submit your name by May 31 for this 450-pound cuddly bronze sculpture and we’ll keep you updated on Baby Ndotto’s journey across the oceans to Haddonfield.

For an update on the real-life Ndotto, visit https://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/news/updates/our-little-dream-ndotto-then-and-now

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