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Photo of the Day: What in the world?

Update: The correct answer for today’s #whatintheworld was Kenya. The two orphaned elephants were fed at the Daphane Sheldrick Orphanage in Nairobi, where elephants are cared for and rehabilitated back into the wild.

A few of you were able to guess the correct place for Wednesday’s photo of the day where a Nepali was sucking blood from a live goat. We decided to tone it down a bit for today’s pick.

Here is what we have: Two baby elephants are being fed milk at an orphanage. However, we cannot confirm if it is goat’s milk.

You know the drill. Tell us where the photo is from. Your hint: Africa.

Baby elephants are fed at an orphanage. (HARRY HAMBURG)

You can also tweet your responses to @postworldnews with the hashtag #whatintheworld..

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Anup Kaphle is the Post's digital foreign editor. He has an M.S. degree in journalism from Columbia University. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook.


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