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For the first time Google has released photographs of Kenya taken as part of its Street View mapping projec. The search giant worked with charity Save the Elephants and the Saburu County Government. Visit Street View.
Between 2010-2012 100,000 elephants were killed for their ivory. The Save the Elephants research camp protects the animals from poachers. Visit Street View.
Many elephants in the area wear a GPS-collar to track their movements and protect them from poachers. When an elephant stops moving an alert is sent to the rangers, who investigate. Visit Street View.
Orphaned elephants play in the mud at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which provides round the clock care for the animals until they can be reintegrated back in the wild. To date 180 orphaned elephants have been raised. Visit Street View.
South of Sambura animals such as zebras and rhinos are protected at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Visit Street View.
A pride of lions lounge in the shade in the Sambura National Reserve. Located in Northern Kenya, the protected 390km area is lush with fauna. Visit Street View.
View more pictures of the stunning scenery and endangered wildlife on Google Street View.