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Moyo, the 14-month old baby elephant, has made himself a member of this Zimbabwe family.
Most amazing thing I’ve seen in a while! You have to watch this elephant! https://www.facebook.com/RealKaliMuscle/videos/794637360575239/
As Oregon Zoo elephant calf Lily turns one on Nov. 30, 2013, we look back at her first 12 months.
With a weeks worth of preparations and 2 days spent searching the jungle we were able to rescue Kabu the elephant. It was a 24 hour round trip to bring Kabu from Tak province in West Thailand to Elephant Nature … Continue reading
On Friday, whilst out in the field looking for lions, some tourists came across two young elephant calves making the most of the recent rains. Here they are happily frolicking in a muddy waterhole with the rest of their family. … Continue reading
Watch a “Nightline” segment about Bryan Christy’s reporting in the National Geographic documentary “Explorer: Warlords of Ivory”. One more good thing coming from National Geographic – hope their purchase by Fox doesn’t change this. The African elephant. Awesome animal. But … Continue reading
Elephants destined for the tourism industry are separated from their mothers and family groups at just a few months old. Their spirits are broken as they undergo great physical and mental trauma to be forced to interact with and perform … Continue reading
With this week being so sad after the loss of a great animal, Cecil the lion, let’s cheer everyone up with a video that will make you cry of happiness, rather than sadness. Such a cute video of a tiny … Continue reading
Innovative French photographer Xavier Hubert-Brierre travelled to Gabon with his wife. He set up mirrors in several locations in order to capture the reactions of the animals passing by. http://www.flixxy.com/wild-animals-see-themselves-in-a-mirror-for-the-first-time.htm