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What a week it has been! As we move deeper and deeper into winter the game viewing just gets crazier and crazier. The week started with the craziest sighting in front of Selati Camp, where a leopard killed a kudu only to have it stolen by a lioness who later brought her 3 cubs through... [Read More]
Photographing Elephants - images and advice on how to photograph the elephants of Etosha, Madikwe, Kgalagadi, Pilanesberg and the Kruger Park
Kruger2Kalahari saved to Pilanesberg Game Reserve
Do you want to know which are the smartest animals in the world after humans? Even animals have a complex nervous system. They too follow their instincts and learn from their mistakes.
Adds18 saved to elephants 🐘
A true story: I was walking around the Renaissance Festival yesterday eating one of those jumbo dill pickles on a stick and this elephant came after it with his nose . . . he likes dill pickles . . he poked around with his snotty snorkel, grabbed my pickle, put it in his mouth and ate it . . . then he came back smelling me all up and down for more . . . I left with a big smear of elephant boogers on my new fisheye lens :O
ᶫᵒᵛᵉᵧₒᵤ ~ Julia saved to life⊱ un éléphant
Madikwe Trip-report 01-2015 - this was our first experience of Madikwe in the summer and we were amazed at the regular predator sightings!
Kruger2Kalahari saved to The Sofa-Safari
'Close-up of an Elephant Trunk, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Arusha Region, Tanzania' Photographic Print | AllPosters.com
The PrintThis photographic print leverages sophisticated digital technology to capture a level of detail that is absolutely stunning. The colors are vivid and pure. The high-quality archival paper, a favorite choice among professional photographers, has a refined luster quality.Paper Type:Photographic PrintFinished Size:16" x 16"Ships in Arrives by Sat, Jun 3Product ID: 6030492
Tonia Bloch saved to Home stuff
It all depends on your perspective. Changing how you look at things—and we mean this quite literally—can really make you reconsider what you think you know… and spark your creativity while you’re at it.
Deirdre Kelly saved to creatures
Did you know that elephants can distinguish languages and hear with their feet? Discover more amazing facts about these sentient creatures.
Blogged here: godutchbaby.blogspot.com/2009/10/living-with-elephants.html
camillini melanie saved to les animaux