It is usually difficult to find elephants in Etosha in March, but I was in luck. I saw this male elephant feasting on leaves, followed by an entire family.

10 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Namibia Now

It is usually difficult to find elephants in Etosha in March, but I was in luck. I saw this male elephant feasting on leaves, followed by an entire family.

elephant calf Pathi Harn after being pronounced dead during labour and which caused a nationwide sensation, in Sydney.

Pictures: Window on the World 19th October

elephant calf Pathi Harn after being pronounced dead during labour and which caused a nationwide sensation, in Sydney.

Not a baby but this happy young male elephant looks so cute having such a great time swimming http://ift.tt/2k6kAjp

Not a baby but this happy young male elephant looks so cute having such a great time swimming http://ift.tt/2k6kAjp

A cheeky elephant crosses a railway track in Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary. The tuskless male elephant - called a Makhna - used its trunk to push up the crossing barrier, then ambled his way across the tracks before crushing the second barrier and trampling over it. Videographer  director: Rony Chowdhary Producer: Charley Sutton, Nick Johnson Editor: Joshua Douglas

A cheeky elephant crosses a railway track in Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary. The tuskless male elephant - called a Makhna - used its trunk to push up the crossing barrier, then ambled his way across the tracks before crushing the second barrier and trampling over it. Videographer director: Rony Chowdhary Producer: Charley Sutton, Nick Johnson Editor: Joshua Douglas

Hear Me Roar - Male Elephant Seal - South Georgia #by Arthur Worsley

Hear Me Roar - Male Elephant Seal - South Georgia #by Arthur Worsley

Artist’s impression showing the sizes of different animals, each grid segment is 1 square metre. From left to right: 1) Human male 2) Human female 3) Ornithopod dinosaur from about 75 million years ago (Shantungosaurus giganteus) 4) Theropod dinosaur from about 70 million years ago (Gigantoraptor) 5) Theropod dinosaur from about 125 million years ago (Utahraptor ostrommaysorum) 6) Elephant bird from about 1000 years ago (Aepyornis maximus) 7) Ostrich from the present (Struthio camelus) 8)…

Artist’s impression showing the sizes of different animals, each grid segment is 1 square metre. From left to right: 1) Human male 2) Human female 3) Ornithopod dinosaur from about 75 million years ago (Shantungosaurus giganteus) 4) Theropod dinosaur from about 70 million years ago (Gigantoraptor) 5) Theropod dinosaur from about 125 million years ago (Utahraptor ostrommaysorum) 6) Elephant bird from about 1000 years ago (Aepyornis maximus) 7) Ostrich from the present (Struthio camelus) 8)…

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