But if you thought that was sad then spare a thought for the family of 11 Kenyan elephants, living happily in Tsavo East National Park before being hunted down and shot by poachers - who then hacked off their tusks with machetes.
What does TENP stand for?
TENP stands for Tsavo East National Park (Kenya)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The incident occurred on Saturday January 5, 2013 at Bisadi area of Tsavo East National Park.
Rangers shot and killed three suspected poachers on Tuesday in Tsavo East National Park.
Kenya Wildlife Service rangers shot dead a poacher believed to be behind a series of wildlife killings in the country's expansive Tsavo East National park, a spokesman said Friday.
uk sandwiched between game drives in Tsavo East national park, time on Indian Ocean beaches and bush walks near Mombasa.
After the elephants get to between 12 and 18 months old, they are moved to the rehabilitation centres in the Tsavo East National Park, where they are released back into the wild when they are ready, which can take up to 10 years.
According to Kimani, Chyulu Hills in the expansive and hardy terrain of the Tsavo East National Park is the worst hit area.
Lions in Kenya's Tsavo East National Park already stand out because the males there don't grow manes.