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“I have a cat, dog and three turtles. In grade 5, I fostered an elephant in Kenya, named Olare. She is the cutest elephant in the whole world, but since that was a few years ago she has really grown up. At this organization, Elephant Orphanage, they foster elephants that have been hurt and injured or have lost their mothers. Elephant Orphanage keeps the elephants until a certain age and releases them back into the national park, but they keep an eye on them to make sure they don’t get into trouble. I am proud to say that my baby, Olare, is a pack leader for a group of elephants. I have a very strong passion for animals and animal rights, and this shows in my volunteer work for ARK. Animals can’t represent themselves and someone needs to stand up to represent them and their rights. Some people might argue that animals are not as intelligent as us, but I don’t think that takes away from the fact that animals are living beings and they have emotions too.” – Hana

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