African elephants once numbered millions across Africa, but by the mid-1980s their populations had been devastated by poaching. Some populations remai

African elephants once numbered millions across Africa, but by the mid-1980s their populations had been devastated by poaching. Some populations remai

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thomson safaris africa elephant difference You Won’t Forget: The Difference between African and Asian Elephants

thomson safaris africa elephant difference You Won’t Forget: The Difference between African and Asian Elephants

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There is an unprecedented massacre on elephants in their last havens... An infographic on the statistics.
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Daughter of Invention:: African Elephant (^.^) Thanks, Pinterest Pinners, for stopping by, viewing, re-pinning, & following my boards. Have a beautiful day! ^..^ and “Feel free to share on Pinterest ^..^ #interestingthoughts #animals

Daughter of Invention:: African Elephant (^.^) Thanks, Pinterest Pinners, for stopping by, viewing, re-pinning, & following my boards. Have a beautiful day! ^..^ and “Feel free to share on Pinterest ^..^ #interestingthoughts #animals

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Elefante africano, elefante indio, árbol Hyrax, etc.. Vintage 1984 libro Animal placa

Elefante africano, elefante indio, árbol Hyrax, etc.. Vintage 1984 libro Animal placa

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The Elephant reminds us to trust our instincts and to learn from our mistakes.

The Elephant reminds us to trust our instincts and to learn from our mistakes.

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African Elephant: Lake Manyara, Tanzania ~An elephant’s legs are roughly shaped like columns or pillars, as they must be to support its bulk. The elephant needs less muscular power to stand because of its straight legs and large padded feet. For this reason, an elephant can stand for very long periods of time without tiring. In fact, African elephants rarely lie down unless they are sick or wounded. Indian elephants, in contrast, lie down frequently.

African Elephant: Lake Manyara, Tanzania ~An elephant’s legs are roughly shaped like columns or pillars, as they must be to support its bulk. The elephant needs less muscular power to stand because of its straight legs and large padded feet. For this reason, an elephant can stand for very long periods of time without tiring. In fact, African elephants rarely lie down unless they are sick or wounded. Indian elephants, in contrast, lie down frequently.

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There are numbers of difference between african and asian elephants, including the size of their ears, gripping ability of their trunks, and general size.

There are numbers of difference between african and asian elephants, including the size of their ears, gripping ability of their trunks, and general size.

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