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Orphaned baby elephant gets new mother

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Seven-and-a-half month old orphaned elephant calf named Moses cuddles with his adoptive "mother" and foundation owner, Jenny Webb, at sunrise at their home in Lilongwe, Malawi, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.

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Seven-and-a-half month old orphaned elephant calf named Moses makes his way into the kitchen as the pet dogs pass by at their home in Lilongwe, Malawii, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.

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Seven-and-a-half month old orphaned elephant calf named Moses stands at his feeding place at the bottom of a staircase at his home in Lilongwe, Malawii, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.

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Seven-and-a-half month old elephant calf named Moses walks through the home past pet dogs in Lilongwe, Malawii, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.

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Seven-and-a-half month old orphaned elephant calf named Moses takes his daily walk with pet dogs Barney, left, Bagheera right, and foundation owner, Jenny Webb, center, at their home in Lilongwe, Malawii, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.

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Denis Farrell/AP Photo |

Seven-and-a-half month old orphaned elephant calf named Moses interacts with one of his caregivers, at his home in Lilongwe, Malawii, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.

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Denis Farrell/AP Photo |

Seven-and-a-half month old orphaned elephant calf named Moses takes one of his two-hourly formula bottle feeds, at his home in Lilongwe, Malawii, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.

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Seven-and-a-half month old orphaned elephant calf named Moses stands in front of caregiver Jim Tembo as he mops a soiled floor, in Lilongwe, Malawii, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.

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Denis Farrell/AP Photo |

Seven-and-a-half month old orphaned elephant calf named Moses gets settled on a makeshift bed, after sunset with his adoptive "mother" and foundation owner, Jenny Webb, where they will sleep together at their home in Lilongwe, Malawii, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. Moses was found alone and close to death in the Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. He has been adopted by the Jumbo Foundation where he is cared for and is being raised by humans.