"Circus Animals on 33rd Street" | Photographer: Otto Bettmann, "A troupe of elephants and a zebra walk down 33rd street in Manhattan, heralding the arrival of Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, New York City, New York, 1968.
A warthog (Phacochoerus africanus) took a wrong turn in the Addo elephant park in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa when it crossed the path of a hungry lion (Panthera leo). Photograph: Dr. Trix Jonker/Caters News Agency
This is a REAL newborn elephant. It weighs @ 250+ pounds and stands 2 1/2-3 feet tall. The mother's gestation period is almost 2 years long. Considering that and how large a grown elephant is, this is a logical size for a newborn.
LOL! Found this pic while looking at a board about wild life.... but it's a picture of one of the elephants from the Disney Parks Jungle Cruise! I only know this because I'm cool :o) Good Job Walt Disney! You made magic real!