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African Elephants

Stock Photography By Clive Smith

A collection of stock photography, mostly captured in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. The Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It covers an area of 19,633 square kms in northeastern South Africa, and extends 360 kms from north to south and 65 kms from east to west. It is proudly home to The Big 5!

Angry Male Elephant
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© Clive Smith
Elephant
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Grazing
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Flaps Ears To Cool Off
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Baby At Waters Edge
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Tuskers Rutting
#691127
© Clive Smith
Baby Elephant Walking On Dirt
#691126
© Clive Smith
Elephant
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Mother And Baby
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Eye Closeup
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Eye Closeup
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Closeup
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© Clive Smith
Elephant Baby
#691119
© Clive Smith
Elephant Closeup
#691118
© Clive Smith
Elephant Eye Closeup
#691117
© Clive Smith

 

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Image #1. Angry Male Elephant The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #2. Elephant The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #3. Elephant Grazing The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #4. Elephant Flaps Ears To Cool Off The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #5. Elephant Baby At Waters Edge The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #6. Elephant Tuskers Rutting The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #7. Baby Elephant Walking On Dirt Road The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #8. Elephant The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #9. Elephant Mother And Baby The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #10. Elephant Eye Closeup The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #11. Elephant Eye Closeup The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #12. Elephant Closeup The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #13. Elephant Baby The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #14. Elephant Closeup The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

Image #15. Elephant Eye Closeup The African Elephant, Loxodonta, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. The trunk acts as a fifth limb, a sound amplifier, and an important method of touch. The largest recorded individual stood 4M at the shoulders and weighed 10T. Elephants use some vocalisations that are beyond the hearing range of humans, to communicate across large distances. Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of their trunks.

 

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